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Nowhere Land

Nowhere Land
By: Tom Wright

To nowhere land in thought I often go,
whilst there, I've naught to please.
Temporarily, I escape both ebb and floe,
of life, while taking things at ease.

There, I view not days long past,
nor contemplate those which may remain.
But am inclined to prayer and fast,
for this nowhere land is another's domain.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2019

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