Mental Illness Doesn't Touch the Soul
Blow the Wind Southerly. Follow Us
Sequenced by Barry Taylor.
Blow the Wind Southerly.
|Mental illness doesn't touch the
Even as it punishes the mind.
None can will the wanderings of the wind,
Though winter come, and tempests take their toll.
All who suffer innocent shall find
Love waiting by the window, well and whole,
Inside the heart, where it has full control,
Longing ever, ever unresigned.
Let go your fear, and follow, then, your path,
Neither more nor less constrained than those
Embraced by gods less ruthless in their wrath.
Sing bravely down the windrows of your woes,
Savoring a grace that comes and goes.
Copyright by Nicholas Gordon
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