Blooms in Disguise

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Questions for the future.

Submitted: June 21, 2018

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Submitted: June 21, 2018



Has it set the tone

When the old mill stone

No longer turns the grain to flower?

When the thoughts of man

Can't devise a plan

To rival their finest hour?


Does the rain fall down

Down on the ground

For the sake of a river or stream?

Can we hope for a world

Where truth is unfurled

And not crucified by some sick dream?


Yes, the sound from our clock

Doesn't go, Tic-toc,

It is as silent as a midnight flower

 That blooms in disguise

And in lullabies

 During our finest hour.



JE Falcon


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