madeline morris


A Developing Pattern - Poem by madeline morris

Set the pace,
Look at my face,
Go by the book,
Not off the hook.
See down the line
And take no time.
Read what I think,
Taste what I drink.
Make up your mind,
See what you find.
Watch were it goes,
It ebbs and it flows.
The way that it turns,
Repetition it yearns.
Let it all go,
But don't let it show,
Let it repeat,
With procision so neat.
Accept it with grace,
Vanish without trace.
Let it all verge,
I'm on the merge.
Let it progress,
Without any stress.
Buy me the moon,
I will be back soon.
When all is said and done,
Let me be the one.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 15, 2004



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