By: Dawn Boykin
I’ve come to a place of serene peace-
A longing yearn of tranquility fulfilled
Who thought of a time, when I’d joyfully prevail with laughter,
from speculations of whispered conviction?
Some say that they know me, they don’t-
How could you, when you only judge what you do not understand or know?
I am not who you believe me to be,
I am a person that some are undeserving to know.
Carry on, willow in the sorrow of miseries discomfort-
I wish to not join you there.
For this inner sanction of content has since reconciled insecurities once had.
I’ve come to a place my dearest love,
a place where we no longer belong.
I’ll catch up with you if we may-
For who would have known this day would be?
A happy beginning, from the reconciled pain of the past.
So long, may peace and blessings be with you.