A Single Poem - Poem by Kate Wiley
Many poets only have one work
Known and remembered after they are gone
The Mona Lisa overshadows all
And many one-time sculptors stand alone.
If a thousand poets were to write one poem,
A thousand musicians one lovely song
Then millions would enjoy and be fulfilled...
A single write can feed the ages long.
So if you write one piece that speaks the truth
And satisfies the need for finer art
Then count yourself to be one of the few
Who keep tradition-you have done your part.
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