Resurrection

Suddenly the chasms have closed
And the gaping holes have healed
There is fullness around me
That I can so clearly feel

I have no questions now
But I have no answers either
I am content to just let it be
I am content to just be me

I have found my road to freedom
I have finally died from my past
I have become the butterfly
That I longed to be at last

I have no questions now
But expect no answers either
I am content to just be free
I am content to just be me

Gradually now new doors open
Old broken windows have been shut
I am finally out in the open and out
Of this self-inflicted rut

I have no doubts now
But have no conclusions either
I am content to just wait and see
I am content to just be me

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A little about me needs some thinking am I a writer? an artist? I'm also good at singing I love the stage Don't think I look my age maybe I'm a trainer or a poet? but don't worry I am on it. :-).
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Preeti
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Sometimes it’s just good to be with oneself and do some self-thinking…Nice poem:)

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