Turn The Page

by | Nov 1, 2013 | Poetry | 0 comments

Whilst reading ‘twixt the lines of book one holds
I’ve formed o’er time, a diff’rent point of view
Of life, where changed existence now unfolds
Before my eyes both big and dark of hue
Where once romance did blossom midst the gun
An urgency to touch another’s heart
Became the norm for many overcome
Declaring love before they bid depart
Wouldst I who yearns for such, fill out a page
In casting inhibitions to the wind
Immersing of myself in bygone age
Yet hope that life as lived one can rescind
Doth quaint diversion help in mindful pause
Or is escape filled thought essential clause


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