This too shall pass
It shall pass
It shall come to pass too
The days painful have come and gone,
Gone never to come back again, for this too shall pass.
Morning comes and evening comes all part of the seasons,
This too shall pass.
You have been hidden from me and denied,
Yet, that too will come and go, and I will be with you again.
The pain and the tears of missing you shall come to pass too.
For I will never miss you again we will be together and that will never pass.
Pain, darkness darker than darkness shall pass too.
As the morning light, distantly lights the sky with its serene pastels,
You darkness you must pass and must go, for there is a season for everything.
Dearest I embrace you, as you come from the pits and as you wake up to the beautiful day,
Dearest your meaninglessness, pain, grief goes forever as it passes to hades never to come back.
Pains season, seems to last a long time, but it is washed away in a moment of happiness
Our happiness comes sooner than we can be ready for,
The precious moments are here with us and we must embrace them now,
For our pain, grief, dark moments have all gone never to come back again.
Welcome back, welcome back from the pits, I love you more than you will ever know,
It does not matter where you have been, I love you more.
© maina maina 2010 august 19th
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