‘Mrs P’

by | May 27, 2013 | Poetry | 0 comments

Once studied at Sorbonne midst hardships reign
In betterment of self and world at large
Still then to find her way, tho’ sharp of brain
Of Pater’s love, such hopes she’d yet discharge
Producing works of Art to feed and clothe
When loss of bearings sparked initial thought
In plotting future path wouldst then behove
Her tracing out a route which all hath sought
In mapping out the streets of London town
Three thousand miles on foot didst then embark
All details ere unknown now noted down
From dawn to dusk and oft’ times after dark
‘Twixt two dimensions all may seek to find
Midst Cartographic logic of her mind


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