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The Indigo Blues
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By Laurie Ragan Jenkins
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The Indigo Blues

Indigo illusion to the ocean flow
Darkest life with a well-worn path
The deepest violet, illusion habit
God can hear your whining blues
Dark blue and beautiful as a sparkling sea
Let the illusion go so the habit flees
Gone is the hope as your blues strum away
Wane is your dreams the full moon played
Poor and pitiful faith that this to will fade
Come to the stream of life hurry and wade
Godís love overcomes as a rising tide
The illusion revealed with nowhere to hide
The indigo blues flee to the deepest sea
The light of life shines with love
Indigoís dying plea


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Submitted: Thursday, July 26, 2012

Last Updated: Friday, July 27, 2012

About the Poet
In Memoriam Wife, mother, homeschool teacher, Christian poet, happy being a child of God. Born and raised in rural North Carolina. Love animals of all kinds. Enjoy photography, crocheting, making things to share.


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