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 a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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