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?


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.

Poetry by chance...

© 2014 Frederick Kesner

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Added on February 5, 2014
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Frederick Kesner
Frederick Kesner

Brisbane, West Moreton, Australia

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..