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Never Again

Never Again
By kennethcook on 09/08/2013
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I shouted it into the cloudless blue sky:
"Never again!"
(Too many times crushed under foot like a bug)
Then SHE stepped from out of the dark shadows
with the eyes of a silent, sacred moonlit evening.
I screamed it into the black velvet night:
"Never again!"
(Too many times stabbed square in the heart)
Then SHE floated out from the cool, grey mist
with the voice of ten thousand nightingales.
I cried it into the raging, howling wind:
"Never again!"
(Too many times skinned down to the bone)
Then SHE rose up with the bright red morning sun
and soothed my inflamed soul with a smile
like a pure, white, crisp, snowy winters day.

Kenneth Norman Cook

By kennethcook On 9/8/2013 6:41:06 AM
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