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Ashley's Dream (A Lyrical Poem)

2011-04-11
By: Bill Walker
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Spirits of their chosen realm
Swirl above and do foretell
A place where light and dark create a blended spell
Then a guiding angel came breaking through

Pointing without words
Her guidance I somehow knew
When alas I came upon a shimmering gate
Its significance beheld all that was ever true

Fury or the faith
Love is everything that is at stake
Fury or the faith
All of our souls teeter on the brink

Fury or the faith
Fury or the faith
Fury or the faith

Many are those who have chosen before
Who now andforever walk no more
But for you and I it's not to late
Choose wisely for this is an eternal fate

Fury or the faith
Seperated by a golden gate
Fury or the faith
A decisison we all must one day make

Fury or the faith
Fury or the faith
Fury or the faith

So when spirits of their chosen realm come to call
And dreams of light and dark within both you shall fall
Search long and hard for what you hold true
For it is your free will that they truly would like to take

Fury or the faith
It's up to you!
Bill Walker
04/11/11 03:41:55PM @bill-walker:
I wrote this poem several years ago. The surprising thing about this poem, is though it sounds religious in nature, I am not a terribly religious person and am not really sure where it came from. I am, however, very spiritual. I am posting it here because it seems strangely appropriate for the times we are currently experiencing.
Bill Walker
04/11/11 05:00:23PM @bill-walker:
Cool, I can be a rainbow warrior!:)
Bill Walker
04/12/11 04:12:33PM @bill-walker:
Where do I get one? A rainbow stick that is, and you should probably tell me what it is as well.
Bill Walker
04/12/11 05:04:51PM @bill-walker:
That's a really good idea. Thanks, I'll do it.
Bill Walker
04/14/11 02:26:39PM @bill-walker:
Psychonaut, I think the peom is more about making choices then actually giving up free will. However, when I was writing it I wasn't really sure where it was coming from? It's actually kind of foriegn to me.

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