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safe in hands

coast to coast
as been flown.
A son who 
has become
fully grown. 

a son who hugged
his weeping mother,
a boy just 
landing next to
school bus tire.

a man who
paved his start
in the sand.
a man who
seizes life in

son and mother 
are here again,
construing new 
while hearts expand. 

my roots are here,
but my tree must still

miles and miles
have been flown.
A brother returning
to his friend,
shaking his tail,
carrying a bone. 

I missed his scent,
missed his tongue,
oh what brothers
we have become.


the frontier is 
the horizon clear.

Let me bask
with family 
and be still. 

Copyright © Frank Guglietta

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