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by Paul  Curtis

Color lives where once was only monochrome
A symphony resounding instead of monotone
Tranquility resides where once the tempest raged
A life both rich and warm, like a fine wine aged
A light illuminating what was darkly shrouded
Blue skies prevail when once they were clouded
A world with no more madness as I return to sanity
A life with no more uncertainty- only simple clarity
Abiding warmth replacing the chill winter's cold
Dormant senses come alive when your hand I hold
Happiness has banished anguish, pain and sorrow 
Happiness with you... yesterday today and tomorrow

Poem ID: 86280   Poem Posted: 3/21/2007
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