Mason Maestro

Cactus - Poem by Mason Maestro

Ears to the ground - eyes to the sky
My my the heart grows lonesome
For a soul to join me - don't ask me why
She's gone now, so I must be moving on
But I keep getting caught be the snag
Of the times gone by, much like a cactus

Hours and days, yet nobody comes
My heart grows much more lonesome
I try even harder to keep moving on
But the cactus is there- from evening 'til dawn

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 4, 2006

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