Eclipse

Ten thousand, nine hundred fifty

The days she spent on earth

In a world of unknown worth

A path of life unfolds

Blindfolded she strolls

………………………………….

She saw and concurred

Walked a mile and prospered

In a life of imperfection,

Soft patches over crater depression,

She journeyed, thirty years, along existence

………………………………….

Bliss, a summer’s eve

Torment, a shattered dream

If walls could speak

It would tell the trails of deceit

Beneath an eagle’s wings

…………………………………

She lived, she lost

But most of all she loved

Herself to know she’s enough

On a road that’s sometimes rough

She remained true to herself

Ten thousand, nine hundred and fifty days on mother earth 

Published by Monique Miller

Hi Everyone! Welcome to My Story Time, where I publish short stories, poems, and proses. Writing is more than just putting words on paper, it's an art that fuels one's imagination.

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