Seclusion to Inner Freedom


I secluded myself
To find out what I am
Without ribbons and fun.

I find the inner freedom
In easy steps towards my depth.

When the night is dark with no moon
I can see the strenght of my will
That played to delirium the acts of life
And that I can now describe as fair.

So I secluded myself
To weight the world
In balance on my shoulders
To see again the reason to be me
With me as a soldier and lover
With me as mother and daughter;
And just the holy Father can tell
Who is what and who is when.

And when the sun shines
A whole garden of the soul shines.

And when the lights are on
I still can see myself
As a part of the game,
But now the stage is restrained
To paper and pen.

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