Lonely road, Silent night

On a lonely road, In a silent night

Lost, I await a miracle…

The flicker of hope in eyes alight

The path ahead and back in sight

I seek the future, and yearn for past

Lost, I await a miracle…

Something to clear the darkness

Someone to put my beliefs on

Someone to guide on paths ahead

Something to hold my fears

Lost, but till the end nears

I await a miracle…

The road travelled be all stray

People, paths and past all grey

Yet I look back with a hope

For a sigh of relief

For an affirmation of belief

For a familiar face

For a comforting sound

With longing and faith profound

Lost… I await a miracle

To hold my hand, a leading hand

To take me on the roads that lay

A guiding light, some sunk footsteps

Some sound, some voice along the way

To show me the right road this time

You who know the path ahead

I wait for you, to show me mine

I am…

Lost…and I await a miracle…

I await a miracle

But

Wait cannot be forever

There seems no help

There is no guide

Lost…and yet I am a believer

I am my faith, I am my saviour

A step ahead in darkness, a gentle song in silence

With lights of eyes and sounds of steps

In freedom of defiance

I walk ahead…

On a lonely road, In a silent night

I walk ahead

To find my roads, to walk my paths

My own ways to the unseen

Lost…and I am a believer

I am my faith, I am my savior…

On a lonely road, In a silent night

7 thoughts on “Lonely road, Silent night

  1. I liked it a lot.. specially as these days I am struggling to keep myself motivated. These words(especially “I am my faith, I am my savior…” ) are inspiring and urge one to persevere on.

    brings to my mind Robert Frost’s “the road not taken”

  2. We always walk alone in the quest for achieving a goal. And in that walk, we’ll definitely encounter silent nights and lonely roads. Belief is definitely most vital in this journey. Good poem.

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