William H. Alford

(Washington, District Of Columbia, USA)

Two Steel Drums


Jubilee songs days
sundown songs nights
a symphony of broken rhymes
sweet as heaven's glory; If too heavy the load
songs pierced the mornings;
when sun draped evenings
whispered songs continued. Dark nights without hope
prayers could be heard
take us over
into camp-ground Take us over
into camp-ground

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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