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My path is worn beyond thread
upon cobblestone and pebble rock
and the soles of my soul
have become odd with dread.
This dwindling road has tumbled down
and cast me without a road
but accompanied by sheep of flock,
a wall of blackened coal,
and a ticker that has no tock,
My road is no longer shown
upon this mountain highest dawn
and when the sun becomes crown
and I no longer Fate’s pawn
the I too have become truly free,
free of lament and free of trial,
free to bathe in His glee,
free to stop walking for a while.

All not saved will be lost.

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The following comments are for "A mountain higher"
by Siah

A Mountain Higher
Siah this is great.

( Posted by: wanda [Member] On: August 23, 2006 )

New Light for a Classic!
So very true: it is like the classic story of the footprints, when Jesus explains that He carries us through the hard times in our lives and stands beside us in our emotional highs. When one comes to understand this, life becomes so much easier for that person. So take a walk with Jesus again and express how you were inspired: I want to read another poem of this ilk!


( Posted by: ArsPoet2789ica [Member] On: August 23, 2006 )

My friend
Siah, how long has it been that I commented on ur poetry? Now that I've read this, I seem to remember why the lenghty pause. Don't consider it as silence, but as speechlessness. I like, I like.

( Posted by: ManusFrigus [Member] On: August 26, 2006 )

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