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Great Light

Those fall leaves fall on down, Then scatter with the slightest breeze. My kisses fall, but stay, To feel the breath you breathe. Dark clouds come flying fast, And flying fast they go. My arms, 'round words you cast, Seek but to own you so. There's cold within the morn, And colder cold in night, But in myself I've sworn To warm me with great light. Great light of speech I see, Great light of lines I hear, Great light of mystery Becoming oh, so clear. Those fall leaves fall on down, Then scatter off and run. I catch your verse to stay, And fill my veins with sun.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2008




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Date: 12/12/2008 8:42:00 AM
Again, your composition, language, flow and rhyming are superb... a piece of pure poetic expression! Best wishes, Keith
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