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We'll See

By Srsiri All Rights Reserved ©


We'll see

Will we see
Who we're meant to be
Will we see
Who has the key

The key to your heart or mine
What will stand the test of time
What will turn the tide
To where we'll have nothing to hide

Will it come to be
That you and I can be free
Just you and me
Will we be able to see

Time flows ever onward
Where will our lives steer toward
Will it be us against it all
Or is this just pride before the fall

If you ask me
I think we'll see
What we're meant to be
That we may be the key
To what sets us free

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SarahFromHell: I like this poem, it reminds me a lot of the "river of blood" scene in Pola X. There are some phrases I don't understand: "belittled at", and "the sanctimonious and all things divine" (I tend to think of "sanctimonious" as meaning arrogantly preachy, I don't know if that was your intention?) I ...

Magoo18: The title caught my eye and I just had to read it. It's very well done and consistent through out. The Story and Wording had a terrific lyric quality that helped it to roll off the tongue while reading. While I am not sure you meant for there to be a lesson I found there was one. Life is a journe...

CalvinPeat: This is a great concept, and you've done a largely excellent job of capturing the voice of Mal.You convey Mal's inner struggle well. Perhaps, though, you could reflect the hope in verses 13-17 of Psalm 90 a bit more. A suggestion: in the current version, Mal seems to be losing hope in the idea of...

Barbara Ivusic: I really loved this poem. Perfect use of imagery to outline the digital age. I loved the image of the olive branch and how it is posted for all to see but no one can touch it. Everything you describe is so true that it has become common knowledge yet no one acknowledges it anymore. I look forward...

K.J. Silver: This was a quick read but worth it. I loved the writer's portrayal of the dual aspects of snow: good and evil, softness and ill intent, and that beauty can be deceiving. It's like the softness of a snowfall versus how harsh or dangerous an ice storm can be. I feel as though certain lines of the p...

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