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Peter S. Quinn

Freedom Unblemished Call

Gleam of sunshine in my place
Glowing to review the scene
Summon the shadowy many ways
Where the night atoms have been

Present and past to the downright
Glowing with time’s flowing tide
Daybreaks in glistens freshly light
Within coming tomorrow to abide

Rise in the ruins of the highway
Moving the thoughts once said
Like the light on the green of day
Those from irises skies are read

Blue like oceans of never ending
Through every drift of clouds near
Giving their haze in their blending
Love songs of breezes that are here

Lilies that awake the purest heart
With their glow and touch of spring
Where every clover-blossoms start
And the unending forever shall sing

Gleam of the daybreak coming
Giving its freedom unblemished call
In a heart of deep root strumming
That on to this evolution shall befall

Submitted: Thursday, July 02, 2009
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