Believe In The Impossible

Texas River

It took weeks to write them out one by one
Things I wished I would have done differently
Actions that could not be undone
Words I just couldn’t take back

The paper already worn with struggles and tears
Torn into a million tiny pieces and burned to ash

It was time to let them go
Time to release them to the river
flowing away from the depths of my soul

I stood staring into the starless sky
The lonely sound of the train whistle off in the distance
Waiting for new words that refused to come in the darkness
Wishes that refuse to be wished for even a moment
Yet somehow free from the chains of my past

And still, late at night
when all is quiet in the world
I still dream
I still believe in the impossible…

Cricket Walker

(9) Comments

  1. Jake
    JakeDec 23, 2010

    The exact thought I needed.

  2. M.-J. Taylor
    M.-J. TaylorDec 23, 2010

    Yes, that counts for sumfin’. Sumfin’ big and wonderful, my fine and fully faceted friend.

  3. Chance
    ChanceDec 24, 2010

    You can feel the depth of emotion in your words….

  4. Cricket Walker
    Cricket WalkerDec 24, 2010

    Sometimes the words just come tumbling out…

  5. jimtsap
    jimtsapDec 26, 2010

    “I still believe in the impossible…”, at last a believer to the impossible. Miracles are made to happen. Just have to open your mind. I love your forum.

    • Cricket Walker
      Cricket WalkerJan 06, 2011

      To me, every day and the beauty in the world around me is a miracle!

  6. Pam
    PamAug 22, 2012

    Beautifully written!

  7. Teresa Beeman
    Teresa BeemanDec 23, 2012

    I understand. I have been there; done that; bought a couple T-shirts; don’t want to go back.

    Let’s go forward together. I’ll encourage you if you’ll encourage me.

  8. Cricket Walker
    Cricket WalkerDec 23, 2012

    🙂

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