One Light (A Poem)

One light outside my window sill
Begged me quiet, made me still
What sin I’ve sinned to bring you there
To watch you vanish in thin air.
One light forgave my fearful heart
One darkness set my soul apart
To be alone, to be set free
To find you are a part of me.
One light that warmed the misty ground
And lit the world for miles around
Discovered true, those seeds I’ve sown
I’d weed those fields if I had known.
In the end my torch’s song is true
The flickered flame I’ve found in you
From the darkest dream I don’t speak of
Glory be the one light I’ve loved.

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