A Broken Chain – Author Hugh Dysart


The wind is free,

to blow through her hair,

to dry a tear on her face

The wind is free

to carry her pretty words,

on a broken chain


The world doesn’t turn,

till she sleeps, dreaming,

of sunshine mornings

The world doesn’t rhyme,

her words speak the truth,

her song saved my soul


Washing the feet of dirty angels,

bruised souls, blackened hearts

Shower romance in forever,

catching tears in a tea cup

Her love letters fall like rain

words on a broken chain


Winds carry hope and music

Her voice calls me home,

words brush my cheek

Broken chain in her pocket,

broken heart at the door


I knock. It opens


© Hugh Dysart

Sinner's Road

Excerpt from the book Sinner’s Road

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302579_242748782435233_4426381_nAbout the Author

Hugh Dysart is a long-time musician, songwriter, poet and lyricist. Hugh has been playing blues and rock for almost fifty years and writing for fifteen. His greatest influences have always been music based, appreciating the genius of both the music and lyrics written by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones. It had has greatly influenced his writing of lyrics.

He has discovered a love of writing poetry and prose; a natural progression as a lyricist. He resides in Timmins, Ontario Canada, with his soul mate and is a father of two and a grandfather.

Visit Hugh’s Author Page At www.ctupublishinggroup.com/hugh-dysart.html

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2 replies

  1. I am so happy that the door opened! God bless you and have a wonderful day!


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