Letters to Someone, Somewhere

Even as summer falls to winter

I remember laughing in warmer weather


and running

in the dreams we wished would come true

even as the world turns

spinning like a top into a wall

I remember when our lives had value

somethings we considered true

and love

love was preserved in a portrait of me and you

silhouettes in black & white

in those days we believed in something beyond our sight

why did you lose your faith

when I heard the news I couldn’t breathe

where are we now

but a memory, another faded leaf

in the carpet of fall

and I know you’re still out there

going your own way into the chill of winter

and I know our dreams aren’t over

even if you don’t believe them

they are only broken bodies awaiting resurrection


I know you’re out there

you can only run so far from a whispered prayer

you may say I’m being oh so typical

but miracles were made for the cynical

someday the winds will turn to anticipation

like a child running

like innocence returning

the fires of God will begin melting

away the winter that grips the world

and you will be here again

embracing our vision

am I fool to dream

or am I crazy to give up hope

the moment before everything comes true

for you

Lives and writes on the plains of Manitoba, Canada…he is an actor, writer, and has also been known to peddle books on his website…www.kelvinbueckert.com