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Sonnets from the Swamp

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When We Lost Our Way

Fair and foul, night stalkers
steal the breath of believers.
Wrapped in grey shrouds
dreams come and go
unrealized

Pages of  history,
scanned with blinking eyes,
reveal no truths.
Lies abound
lying around like careless litter.

When we whistle in the wind
no one hears the song
or remembers the melody.
We shudder at the sight of soundless lips
still puckered,
as if from a fleeting kiss.

1 reply on “Sonnets from the Swamp”

Gene,

I can not believe my eyes!

THE Gene right here at the Pub.
Thank you!

and thank you for this poem. Perfect timing
with the upcoming midterm.

Aside from the politics, the poetry is honed
to precision.

“Fair and foul, night stalkers
steal the breath of believers”

The sounds, the pace, the atmosphere, all
products of a magic pen. A pen that has been
sorely missed.

Once again, Thank you!

sarah

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