Mark Heathcote

Gold Star - 19,498 Points (22/03/66 / Manchester)

I'M Sure It's Not Such A Lonely Road - Poem by Mark Heathcote

Although my soul isn't a guessed
I'd like to leave it abandoned
To walk the forest fluoresced
Touched by moonlights, garland.

I'd like to hoot with tawny owls
And watch the fungi's outstretch
I'd like to see the stoats open jowls
As they a pheasant fowl do catch.

I'd like to hear forests creaking
Like a bat biting on a beetle
I'd like to go quietly, bounding
With a stag; hoofs in dark treacle.

I'd like to pace besides a vixen
Watch how she rolls in the snow
See bloodied farmhouse chicken
Slayed by its jaw necks heave-ho.

Although my soul isn't a guessed
I'd like to leave it abandoned
To walk the forest fluoresced
Touched by moonlights, garland.
I'd like to leapfrog with the toad
I'm sure it's not such a lonely road.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014



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