sallam yassin

(05/06/1968 / Hargeisa, Somaliland)

Back home with my pen


Writing on my way
To home
Back
writing so to soothe
The heart
writing so I want
to pass
To go
through the seas
Of my fear
Through the dark
Through the doubt
Through the doors
Of my dread
Glance, stare
Through the eyes
Of the fear
With brave
Push the pen
To go
To know
Beyond the walls
What eyes
can't see
What earn sort
For the soul
To reign
The heaven
In deep repeal of lost
In heart
For repaint of hope
In love
To hold me
In path
To my home of peace
So (keep writing)
Me
Is keep going
Me
With my pen
On path
On pages we become alive
To break the shell
Of dark
And brilliant shine
We gain
THE pearl
Of the light in life

Submitted: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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  • Poetheart Morgan (3/7/2013 8:59:00 AM)

    think we have so much on common Poet. My quill is my home too. Is the safety place where i break and close, run and stay. My shelter. I love this poem, like always. (Report) Reply

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