Midday Plea

Midday Plea

A Poem by Frederick Kesner

Have you ever wondered that you might one day put down 'the pen,' and just walk away?


Plea

Let no wind stain the streaks upon my cheeks;
Let no rain dry out the voices in the halls:
Should there be a remembrance of this day,
Let these words someday, bring us back this way.
But please, let me not Rimbaud upon Poetry's walls.




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© 2014 Frederick Kesner



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Frederick Kesner
Frederick Kesner

Brisbane, West Moreton, Australia



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My life is one poetic journey. If I am not reading or writing poetry, I simply live it. To me the experience of poetry should be such - to breathe it, create it, and receive it from poems and lives th.. more..

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