MoonBee Canady

' Ode To A Road... '

Into A Gold Sunset
And Silver Twilight Stars
Into Darkness of A Desert
And Coyote Choirs

And A Cold, Lonely Wind
Which Touches Warm Skin
And Stretches of Sand
On and On, Without End

On A Black-Top Road
By A Car’s High Beam
Heard An Oil Rig’s Ode
Lit, Like A Castle-Dream

Awake On An Interstate
Driving 101 – West
High Noon, Thru A Desert
Into A Gold Sunset …

Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2009

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