Anxiety - Poem by Gerry Legister
Anxiety cast away the disperse friend
Your daily routine came to an abrupt end.
Like Music pouring through the air
Carpet the captor's footsteps rustling at the door
The impatient rush of tragic blood
Waltzing back and forth with good and bad
Tempers climax with the haunting symphony
Autumn leaves join the fallen felony
Huddled in frightful helpless defiance
Healing colors etched with fading Prudence
Living out their last frantic days
Stain with mingled disturb rain drops
Before exposing winters secret return
Under a sudden blanket of mass requiem.
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