Jared Midwood Poems
|2.||Metropolis After Nightfall||5/20/2014|
|4.||Carthage: A Requiem||5/20/2014|
|6.||Arlington National Cemetery||5/20/2014|
|7.||In The Garden Of Wolves||5/20/2014|
|9.||Us And The Mountain||1/6/2017|
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Metropolis After Nightfall
Let us walk through these streets, these silent retreats,
These places of heroes and past heroes' feats.
Let us stand at the door of the poet's lonely home
And contemplate these burning roads of Rome.
We set out past nightfall to sit by the river
And talk in the moonlight till dusk made us shiver.
Darkened waves lapped gently at our shore,
And I carried you home across our door.
The sun sleeps now, child, don't raise your head;
Stay as dead as a cold tomb there in your bed.
For when morning never breaks and darkness lingers instead,
Remember my name...