Darkness Eludes Me: Inspirational & Motivational Poetry by Toni Payne
Darkness eludes me, no one beneath me, beseech me that they believe in me. In you I find strength, in you my weakness lays abundantly flamboyant.
Tears like a the wind beneath the ocean breeze, tar pits feel like a dream, while the clouds look so mean. Polar opposites of a dream. Not destined to be a part of me.
Darkness eludes me, I stand mighty before it, fresh and blessed living without fear. I challenge its monstrosity, it challenges my audacity
You think you have guts, it says to me. I know I’m on top, I say to it, riding gallantly into history, those who despise me, who try to deprive me, right behind me, watching in awe, secretly they wish to applause, what destiny has caused, their words laced with envy, they wish they could remind me, of a past that is behind me.
Darkness Eludes me because I know my fears, stomped on my weakness, lifted my strength. Flaunted the good, made the bad a faded dream. My glory not to be demeaned.
If darkness thinks it has a place in my world, ill tell it that it was nothing but a wild dream. Misplaced in its mission, especially its vision, because I stand before it, as powerful as Aphrodite, riding gallantly into your History.