Little King of Sorrows
Vow of Adoration
Adoration from afar,
for a dimly lit and distant star,
I wish upon thee peace of mind,
When reason to shine is hard to find.
A vow I made not long ago,
before your comfort left you so,
I still keep it locked deep inside,
This love for you has never died.
In many ways we can express,
Sometimes its taken to excess,
I need no touch to set me free,
My dearest friend I cannot not see.
For I still care when you are gone,
I pray for you at every dawn,
A secret pain I lock within,
Hidden by my clownish grin.
Forgotten not, it still holds true,
The very words I said to you.
Within the change of every season,
these moments happen for a reason.
Hate me if it gives you strength,
I will not dwell on it in length,
I know the pain you feel inside,
I felt it too when my own died.
Despair will eat the soul alive,
but keep on trying to survive,
for you inspire a world unseen,
we pray you wash your spirit clean.
I dare not speak direct to you,
it's the hardest thing I'll ever do,
but shall you find these words someday,
in my heart you'll always stay.
© 2013 L.K.Sorrows
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