The Guardians

The Guardians

A Poem by Euro
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They protect us all the time.

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THE GUARDIANS

Upon the rise of the dark blue dawn I ponder upon
Whether or not my life will take another breath,
Or if someone will come snatch me away to hell

I didn't think that someone like her would keep me safe
Not until I started to believe and store faith in my shallow heart
Now I live each day to tell her how much is it that I care
That, in my life she has become someone with an important part

And when it comes to the gold that sits in our table
I don't have to worry of who's going to be there to aid us
I just look at her and know we are going to be able
To survive another day and no, this isn't a fable

The bearer of my life resides afar from me once in a while
But I know that with her everything is going to be fine
I do not worry that anything will happen to her that I can define as vile
She is there to help and protect and with her shine

And to our newest member of the family
I feel glad that she has left her mark upon us so quickly
As the others, love will reign and glow around her dark and smooth robe
We consider all they do as an act of love and not a job

And for the night I will thank the four that help me live
I have found the faith that I know I once lacked in my hands
We know that with their welcome we are going to feel relived
In the hands of those that watch us and
Of the guardians that will forever walk by our side

© 2013 Euro


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Author's Note

Euro
Well, I know that my rhyming is off but everyone that is aware of how I write knows well that rhyming hasn't been my forte although I have been improving my use of that and you can see in my other poems, (Delivery of Love, Broken, Daniel, Darling).
Who am I talking about in this poem? In the one that I have faith on, if you must ask. There is nothing too extraordinary about the colors but the fact that they represent the names of them.
If you read this, please leave a review. Good or bad, it doesn't matter. Just let me know what you think.
-P. (Euro)

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Posted 8 Years Ago


I love reading your poems Penelope! I don't think your rhyming needs to be perfect in this piece. It speaks loudly without the flow of a ryhme scheme helping it along. I thought it was very well done and once again I am impressed by your work!

~Erinne

Posted 8 Years Ago


Euro

8 Years Ago

Thanks for the nice review!!! :D
I like the poem. Had a feel of mystery and myth. I like the flow of the tale leading to a strong ending. I wanted to know more. Would be good lead for a story. Thank you for the excellent poem.
Coyote

Posted 8 Years Ago


Euro

8 Years Ago

Why, thanks! I'm glad you liked this poem!
Well your (euro) persona is a real improvement for me so far...
Good job here.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Euro

8 Years Ago

Thanks, David!
this is such a nice writing I don't know what else to say about this besides nice, great color patterns. I'll give you a 100/100. keep up the writing

Posted 8 Years Ago


Euro

8 Years Ago

Thanks a lot, Andrew.
Andrew (MJ) Nugteren

8 Years Ago

anytime euro :)
Ahhh...such a nice writing.
You really know well how to like...just leave me like stuck upon a line and get me to think what it is that you are REALLY talking about, haha!
I like that ALOT about your writing, actually.
I will not critisize the poem at all because you're talking about someone who I cannot find a flaw to. I usually don't like to point out mistakes to poems like these.
Glad to know you have so much faith in your life, and thanks for sharing, Euro!
-KS

Posted 8 Years Ago



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