I am lost in a realm of limbo
With tangible illogical touch
A symphony to the eye in crescendo
Seeing what we despise so much
Where am I, and why?
Where for art thou my soul?
Have you strayed in the swap you wade?
If only you would look up once more
Your feet would loosen from the bog
And free trek, you would, once more
I understand you ditching our flesh
But my continence alone I abhor
Be brave, look up, we will be remembered
We will be redeemed
The planner has planned with his hands
We are more than just man
More than fearful sorrows
O my soul, don’t stay so low, solo in limbo
But rejoice in salvations voice
The sound of sound and shine of shine
Come back, stay gone no longer
© Billy Charles Root
Excerpt from the book The Hyde I Hide
About the Author
Billy Charles Root was born October 21, 1975, in San Bernardino California and was for the most part raised by my father In Rialto and Apple Valley California. In 1995 I moved to Oklahoma where my wife Tina and I have nine children combined and 3 grandchildren. I have been a professional automotive technician for twenty years now and I still am for the United States postal service.
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