October's Child

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 Nature's Splendor








The slant of an angled morning gently nudges me
Birds of tranquil color, a flaming red maple tree
I'm wrapped inside the clouds of a lemon cocoon
As I hear an old song trickling out to sea

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I'm made in colored threads of places yet to come
An open window across the room allows a quiet hum
The sun rises in tones of gold on this organza morn
And I realize, there's nothing else to run from


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Cosmic rays embrace me, a shadow girl with eyes
Life, with drafted faces that created my skies
Silhouettes of yesterday now stand behind my back
Sealing frail places, where time met its goodbyes

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I'll pick four-leaf clovers to wear around my neck
Walk along the beach, or take a flight to Quebec
At twilight, pick tulips from the President's lawn
And purchase thunder storms, with a rain check

Contrôle(Chèque) de Pluie

04-02-2012





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