My Secret Place

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  • Philosophy
    • Robin
    • Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

    My Secret Place

    There’s a place I call my own
    Where I can think and be alone
    Sometimes its night sometimes its day
    In this place I can hide away

    My voice there can not be heard
    All my thoughts are not in word
    With my eyes closed I can see
    That within myself I can be free

    Inside this place the pain is gone
    Any fear will not last long
    A place where none can enter in
    A place where all my thoughts begin

    I cleanse my mind and my soul
    It is here I am made whole
    Cleanse my lips my thoughts my heart
    It’s not my end but it’s my start

    I cherish all my free time there
    More than I do anywhere
    Your secret place, you’ll never fear it
    Its within your heart and spirit

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    Rocetman commented on My Secret Place

    07-21-2009

    I'm glad I got to check out you works. I like these and will get back to more of your poetry. thanks for sharing your talent!

    kdarcy commented on My Secret Place

    06-15-2009

    A very nice piece, thought the end closed a little rough though. For where else do we meet ourselves without the hinderence of others? Loved the words on a topic many should heed. thanks

    organicchick commented on My Secret Place

    06-09-2009

    I really like this.......So true!!! I know exactly what you mean. Nice flow and great content. Really good write!

    maryann72961 commented on My Secret Place

    03-25-2009

    I understand this secret place, I to have my own. well written and described.

    Lois commented on My Secret Place

    11-12-2008

    A very unique poem, enoyed it very much.Many blessings.

    Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the poet does.

    Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) U.S. poet.

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