Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Sycamore and the Half Moon

There stands a lone Sycamore tree, Leaves swaying in the breeze, Beyond the snow topped mountains, Towering o’er with striking ease. The vast and luscious land, Spread out before my eyes, Pulls me ever nearer, As I watch the half … Continue reading

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Daring To Wish

Suddenly I see it, For what it really is, And suddenly I notice, That time has gone amiss. An age of recognition, Is reflected before me, And I see in my eyes, A sadness that’s torn me. A moment of … Continue reading

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The Solace and The Sunset

At the rivers edge I sit, As day turns into night, The solace and the sunset, Fill my soul with light. The water slowly winding, Around the mountainside, Silence fills the air, As the sun begins to hide. And as … Continue reading

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