Gulliver Gimble Poems
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Two Ships Passing In The Night
I have seen this wooden mast before.
Flowing blue sails on silent winds.
You are not welcome here anymore.
Once you were my only friend.
There is no place for you to dock.
You bring angry seas and salty veins.
Solid anchors like solid rocks.
Wilted growth on harvest grains.
You come silently and without cause.
Knowing that you come for me.
Out of the mist you start to pause.
You know I am no longer free.
The storms rage and swell the boards.
Barnacles are never loosely cleaned.
Until this ship reaches its shores.
You will never let me ...
The hole is place one can not escape.
A place to keep you in your place.
Fall flat on your misguided face.
Many amoung us in this human race.
The hole brings light from far above.
Gives you pain instead of love.
Underwinged shadows of lonely doves.
A place you lay with simple bugs.