Small And Quiet - Poem by Shalom Freedman
SMALL AND QUIET
Small and quiet joys
Like small and quiet poems
Are what I can expect now.
The time for great Dreams and Adventures
I don’t have the strength for them.
These little lines are what I can manage
Not much more
Withered and diminished fingers touch these keys
And all I can sing with them
is slow and careful songs.
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