Shawn L. Bird

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poem- roots December 19, 2017

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 11:35 am
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And what of you?

Do dark mornings creep around your heart

Reaching through night

Pushing past sight to wrap you tightly

In tomorrow?

What of you?

Your lonely walk, your feet tapping

On cobblestones in ancestral towns,

tripping on the roots of the family tree;

calamity or peace?

I see the dream

That’s you.

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10 Responses to “poem- roots”

  1. Obol Says:

    Powerful piece, especially the “Do dark mornings…” line. Love it.

  2. jackcollier7 Says:

    Your poem seems poignant and disturbing. Who hurt you? ❤

  3. I relished such a walk, in ancestral Rouen.

  4. rashmiawtani Says:

    Jst one word…. Wow


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