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TITLE: Finding Harmony
By Randy Kosloski
05/01/07
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This is an expression of an experience I had sitting with a suicidal person. The poem is based on music. The lack of it in a struggling person's life and potential for it through Jesus.
Don't hold back any bad critiques, I am new at this and I need to hear it. Thanks
I hear the story of a Journey
the clanging sounds of strife
And I listen for the whisper
of a melody for life

The mind loudens over the breathe
with hollow shrieks from the hole
The painful sound hurts my ear
that void of a tuned soul

It drums a tear to my eye
that scratching urge to die
Until I hear a spirits last cry
a wanting Psalm to Him on high

It is the only scaled note to play
And as I listen to the rhythmic delay

A rush of hope beats in my face
Could I be an instrument of His Grace
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