Walter C. Edwards


Dwelling On Twillight


Dwelling on twilight,
with misery and tears,
why do you do this to me,
and everyone else,
such anger, such venom,
when you speak,
the world has done us wrong,
yes we are just surfs and vessels,
so long ago disarmed,
tossed away, easily now just prey.

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013

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