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Causal Desertion

Causal Desertion

A Poem by Phillip Francis

Let's not sleep tonight, pack a bag. 
Let's take a ride. 

We'll drive until the wheels fall off, then walk till our legs begin to shake. 

We can head West. No place in particular. 
Take in the beauty, hide from the unsavory characters. 

Let's embrace this time together, shared experience. 
The clock is running out. 

Surrender ourselves to free will, break the chains of conformity. 
Us is all the matters, neglect the dirty gaze, let memories engrave. 

Leaving the bustle in our wake, abandon regrets, discard mistakes, only observe what's ahead. 

Take my hand. Together, let's declare we own this night. 
Abdone concern, it's in the past. 

Let's ride this wagon straight toward the sun, smiles in sync, we've taken control. 
Miles now frame our expressions. 

© 2016 Phillip Francis

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Nice writing , nice thoughts [ just one small misspelling} abandon......just a heads up ! Thanks for this .

Posted 4 Years Ago

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Phillip Francis

4 Years Ago

Thanks for catching my mistake and taking the time to read my work.

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Added on January 12, 2016
Last Updated on January 14, 2016
Tags: Life, Escape, Open Road, Partner, Love, Poetry