James Anderson


Cared If You Cared - Poem by James Anderson

Crying in a dream
With no sold to weep
For a reach to gleam
Denizens of the deep
Leaning in a distance ways
Toward a feel that brings new deal
And a kind of wish that says
With a tool that creates anneal
Neither I nor others may be here
To bring a kind of song out in a distances wish
Draw a close sheer in a good senseless clear
To a creation of a smooth swish
I say what I say in I
And no other will see in me
When I may a cry
All would try, but all will see
What the end will bring
And the sea in which I picture to please
I will try to string
The good in appeasing you

You Cared


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008



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