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Contemplations

Contemplations

A Poem by Annie LaHue

Should I let go?

Perched high in my tree

Grey world surrounding me

The clouded horizon swirls

Coming storms

Running across the ceiling of the world

A sea in the sky

An ever oncoming tide

 

Subtle warmth of a dull evening glow,

What if I fell

Add a splash of color below?

The breeze tickles my skin

And morbid curiosity within.

© 2014 Annie LaHue


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Added on February 20, 2014
Last Updated on February 20, 2014
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Annie LaHue
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