Take me Home

Take me home

Leave me there

It is where

I feel warm

I feel whole

Take me home

I don’t care

Once there

If I died

The next day

I don’t care

Once there

If I cried

Everyday

Take me home

Before the spring

I’ve lost

Everything

I don’t want

To see

Another season

Away from home

It would sting

It would ring

All the bells

In my head

It would pierce

Deep down

Into my heart

I’d fall apart

I ask why?

Are we all

Away from home?

Why?

Are we scattered

All over the globe

Take me home

And leave me there

Take me home

Wherever home is

Home is where

You stand tall

Home is where

You say it all

Home is where

You can fall

Home is where

You feel your soul

Alive again

You stand the pain

You give love

You receive love

Home is where

You feel carefree

Peace does not flee

Let me be

Home again

I don’t care

Where that home is

I don’t care

If I died

The next morning

I don’t care

If I cried

Till the end

Of all seasons

For no reason

Except that

I am

Home

Again!

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About The Soaring Eagle

Entrepreneur, Investor, Solution Architect, Award-winning poet, Published author
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2 Responses to Take me Home

  1. Wow! A wonderful poem! Home is everywhere.
    May I read it on the radio at some point?

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