Joseph Oliver

Rookie (4-9-1994 / Indianola, MS)

Morning Calls, Evening Falls - Poem by Joseph Oliver

Morning calls, Evening falls,
When yellow rays meet Gaia's face,
Again ye, mortals begin thy eternal race!
When Birds begin their morning song,
Mortal Man begins to do their world wrong,
Then Evening Set down on Gaia's Downcast Face,
Ending her Creature's race!
Morning calls, Evening falls,
When yellow rays meet Gaia's face,
Again ye, mortals begin thy eternal race!

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We do this world so much wrong..... but do we ever look at the beauty of it all?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 1, 2012



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