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Poetry by Jason
Written by Jason Loutitt   
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'Wisp me a way ’ – Jason Loutitt


Aching wisp - arched across


Resonated earth - breathing and beating


Saving all momentary - space


Holding up - the faded and flowing


‘Wisp me a - way to my tender love


and wisp me a - way to my fragile past


Wisp me a - way out of yesterday


And wisp - the way to see’


Holding - all the vacant spots


Soul ran through - the cloudless mural


And the sky swiped - at my empty space


Making some sort of sound - to guide


‘Wisp me a way - my tender love


and wisp me a way - my fragile past


Wisp me a way out - yesterday


And wisp a way - to my heart’


Once faded, - a way to dare tomorrow


Came to life - as life comes to you


Hope released - lost second slipping


Between anticipation - of being what we knew


To finally wisp - the real way to you


‘Wisp me a way - my tender love


and wisp me a way - my fragile past


Wisp me a way - out of yesterday


And wisp away - the lonely wait’


Hearing this, - the wisp cried along the top


Dancing - to the only song I could sing


It was this - in that, - the only sound I could make


So the wisp could become - my light to you


‘Wisp me away - with my tender love


and wisp me away - with my fragile way


Wisp away - destiny into tomorrow


So we may wisp - a way to stay’


That shining - as the only sound


Sacred wisp - heard after sight


Leaving falling - leaves to lay


Always landing - in their own way


Fluttering endlessly - becoming the true


Whisperings of our heart


‘Wisp me away with you


and wisp me away any way


Wisp away to truly say


So we may wisp the final way to stay’

 



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