Monday, August 18, 2014


This is a short freestyle poem about the companionship of creation in our pilgrimage and purpose. It is about the solitude that is not alone.

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Midnight Songs,
A Poem of Solitude

In the darkness
Around me
Crickets sing midnight songs
With a melody of
The rain drops
Slide off leaves
Above and
With rhythm of
The gravel recites
A raspy verse
With a crinkle crunch,
Crinkle crunch
Under my step.
I think I am alone,
But for these
Soft voices singing
Sorrowful lullabies
As I walk the long path
To dawn.

Sometimes as I fight depression I go for long midnight walks, once in a while the night sounds give me inspiration and hope.

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