He Flew For Us

He comes to us like a rocket with a blast

Burning fuel that we know just cannot last

His presence is as large as the moon up in the sky

We ask ourselves about him, if him then why not I

And he ran across our stage with a word that sang so true

It was very evident that what he said was meant for me and you

And as he began his run across the sky

We watched in anticipation, his fire made us cry

His words would cut so deep through the invisible pain

And he would ask why we did it again and again

Why we could not see what we did was not for good

And if there’d be a change in us, if we really could

Take our lives and give them to the truth

Stop the lies and tell ourselves what we should really do

Take the world and shake it apart

Build it like it should have been from the start

And then he left with his words ringing in our ears

His life was gone, he’d run out of years

And now we play his vision for ourselves

But ideas are rough and stale from the shelves

Yes he sings and gives us what we all really need

If we listen carefully it will come to us when we see

Though he will not return his ideas are still there

And we must implement them everywhere

The End

Barbara Blackcinder


About Barbara Blackcinder

I am a poet/writer with a need for words. There are so many out there that I haven't used yet. They define all reality and mine when you read those from me.
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    I loved this Barb and yes, curious too!

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