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Swoon Hypothesis

Poetry By: LyraHydraComa
Poetry



In a Hall where wind finds solace among stone all alone sits nothing-if not mystery.


Submitted:Apr 6, 2013    Reads: 7    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   


Swoon Hypothesis

In a Hall where wind finds solace

Among stone; all alone, sits nothing,

if not mystery.

Day's week's months - years

show history repeating.

Gracious the attitude- as latitude

raises, the Soul who thrives unbounded.

An innocence under, night, stars ponders

the wonders of heaven, where reflections pose questions.

Lessons in being among legions and woe

Needing balance through life's proceedings

flee gloom from the heat of summers Sun

And seek coolness by a shade tree

Where quenching of thirst finds me missing

A Love as heartbeats and heavens are swooned for.





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