Goodnews mememugh Karibo


MY FISTS WILL UNFOLD


My fists will unfold again,
my rage will ice,
the red growth in my
eyes will mellow.

You'll be my pal again,
warm hugs from we
two will rid the pain

i'll again at you smile,
the tug shall swirl me
and you aloof to
that spot we parted

i'll throw my all in your hungry arms again,
the stars,
the fracas in the clouds
shall celebrate
this shakes

the rainbow that hung
amid our twisted
legs will joy in tears
for us

take the time,
the errors that abound,
leave them in
the yesterday

we're new now

my fists will unfold again,
my rage will ice,
the red growth in my
eyes will mellow

we're one again

Submitted: Monday, October 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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