Nick krakana


The Log Cabin


Sometimes at night
In the fading light
It does come back to me
Where a log cabin stood deep in the woods

Devoid of all defugalties
Where time is set
To a seasons change
The largest gear in a time peace range

I did that day absorb my stay
On trout bacon and tea
When a drowsiness
At the end of this did come over me

A bush nap for those
In there fishing clothes
Know it only to be
The best of sleep in the woods so deep

Is it this type of slumber
We know's out there
When we say gone fishing over there
Sometimes at night in the fading light

This does come back to me
Where a log cabin stood
Deep in the woods
Named peace and tranquility

Submitted: Thursday, February 06, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic(s): nature


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

A cabin in northern Quebec, I dedicate this poem to my son for whom without our evening talks and his young curiosity, i would have let this wonderful memory lay dormant, the cabin was located on the road to Manawalki Quebec a very good friend had with his sons build a cabin beneath towering virgin timber that dwarfed its presences, any further description would fit a goodnight children's book, located on a lake about 8 miles though the bush, accessible only on an ATV.

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