Roger Bewman

Rookie (1976 BC / Virothiom)

A Story Of The Wanderer - Poem by Roger Bewman

Days go by
The sea is blue
The autumn breeze
The gut feelin' that
I don’t belong

Soon this someone will be somewhere due
Notes dispersing in the moon’s highlighted sky

The rain falls
Waterfalls in his mind
Lost decisions
Movements of eternity’s wilderness

A libertine in a paper full of red notes
A flamingo surpassing the speed of life
Pen crafted marks questions of time once was

Smiles blend in with love
While his face cracks
The others laugh

Some distant
Once something else
Goodness gracious me
the fields eternal shine matures,
letting invigorating sensations

Fool in his own right
collecting circumstances
of someone else’s truth…

A pint of Guiness please…

Cheers

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  • (12/8/2006 1:01:00 AM)

    The fudge of this writes is its

    Smiles -blend in with love
    While his face cracks
    The others laugh
    then....
    Some distant
    the fields eternal shine matures,
    letting invigorating sensations
    lovable imageries...
    The rain falls
    Waterfalls in his mind
    and
    Lost decisions
    the writes rarely facinating....it makes cavity of this... World
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 3, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 2, 2010


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