Deb StevensHines

Rookie (23/7/1960 / Sydney)

'A Cuspian' - Poem by Deb StevensHines

Swinging like the pendulum
Back and forth I sway
Surely a happy medium
Oh who am I today?

I’d like to fire up a storm
Though question why I bother
It’s not a choice I clearly see
For I am like no other

An energy that thirsts ideas
Often punished and tossed aside
Self harm the pity of the soul
Delivered so it may hide

A child of God I came to be
With the sun my ruling planet
Forces flip and I’m reversed
Drawn by a lunar magnet

One daughter of our universe
Was born of the morning sun
Her stars that line both equally
Born also when night begun`

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 5, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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