furious blew tame

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This is a poem I wrote in Ohio, while on holiday.

Submitted: April 07, 2016

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Submitted: April 07, 2016

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Decades spent long in resistance

the tarrow flew north

where repugnance drew south

across the strength of the yellow sun

furious blew tame

against ammo of formality

where pairs of powerful doves skewed intent

a hierachy of simple crow furry theirs both

fain did the crows carry for fewer doves

which sharp, bland, the moon for the yellow sun's doom

and red moon spans a decade

life likes the gaze of intent 

rocky roads part their weary heads 

bashful eyes care for more

indigo passions make up for nil air


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