About Hearts Of Courage

You can put Truth in a grave, but It will not stay there.”

-Clarence Hall

Another Monday, another week, another annoying alarm

The window above my bed giving view on clouds, rain, wind or sunshine

Whenever out of bed, the coldness decreases the day’s charm

Erasing any chance that today will be any better than those current days of mine


Sometimes, a song can make you smile, or cry

For memories arise, of history and past experience

Moments of pride or shame, love or hate, live or die

Creating nostalgia and anxiety, wishing for a better and less complicated instance


To give up is the same than to escape Hell

A door open, without any trap nor tricks on the lookout, waiting to be crossed

Yet, why do we refuse it, maintaining this state in which we dwell?

The desire is so strong though, we think with much to be gained and almost nothing to be lost


During this past week, more than 2000 years ago, someone went through the same

The option was there, to give up, to escape the pain, to stay alive

Afraid he was, like no man ever was, with blood sweating out and fear impossible to tame

Samael murmured: “Abort mission. Stay alive. Flee and elsewhere strive”.


Under the flames consuming his home last Monday, he remained

Determined to take a stand, for all those whom he desired saving

Nothing could overcome the doors, and there his hope sustained

Three times he fell down, and yet continued with refusal of leaving


Through it all, he thought about the greater good, sacrificing his own

Wanting to shape that at the end of pain, comes glory, joy and whatnot

So if there is one lesson from Notre Dame, a lesson that has since strongly grown

Never ever give up, because He did NOT

Happy Easter from all of us at Change The Lens!

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