R. G. Bell
3: 21 Am - Poem by R. G. Bell
Storm clouds bleed and render earth to mud.
We lie inside, assaulted by the lies,
Tightly bound in gray dismality.
Somewhere a distant, lonely whisper dies,
Not merely unremembered, never heard.
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