Posts Tagged ‘holding tight’

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Holding On, Holding Tight

December 30, 2020

Holding On, Holding Tight ~ Photo by Patrice

Holding on, holding tight
Trying desperately to make it
Thru the day into night.

No one to help, no one to say
Words of wisdom
Nothing on this day.

Where will I be, what will I say
In a world where I’m on my own
For today.
~ Patrice

@ Patrice Clarkson – 2020

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Holding On, Holding Tight

December 27, 2018

Bright Light ~ Photo by Brent

Holding on, holding tight
Steeling to make it thru the night
While thinking of basking
In the broad daylight
Making no matter of the matters
That matter tonight.
~ Patrice

Patrice Clarkson – 2018

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Clouds Part, Sun Rises

March 21, 2018

Costa Rican Sunrise ~ Photo by Patrice

Clouds part, sun rises
Filling all hearts
With peace
Warmth and gratitude.

Joy comes to mind
As day winds down
Folding into night
Star studded.

Holding tight
Precious souls
In their solitary walk
Through life.
~ Patrice

© Patrice Clarkson – 2018

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I Will Tell You When

January 4, 2018

Pile of Wood ~ Photo by Patrice

I will tell you when
I need to know
All the things that didn’t show
The world in it’s best light
Lived, lost
Wandered in the night.

Now my soul doesn’t like
To be left alone
Holding tight to a time
When love was free
Joyous, happy
All of these.

I will live on in life
Munster much, avoid most strife
Come to be the answer
I need to know
The answer I’ll tell you then
When I know.
~ Patrice

© Patrice Clarkson – 2018

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Heaven Helped

December 9, 2015

Palm Tress in the Sunset ~Photo by Patrice

Heaven helped, heaven loved
Nothing lost for that is love.

Holding close, holding tight
Living in it’s radiance tonight.
~ Patrice

© Patrice Clarkson – 2015

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Struggling, Churning Round

February 10, 2014

Travel thru life ~ Photo by Patrice

Struggling, churning round
Don’t know where there is safe ground.

Grasping, holding tight
Fighting to see some kind of light.

Struggling
Struggling, churning round.
~ Patrice

© Patrice Clarkson – 2014

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