Amy Serhienko


Communion - Poem by Amy Serhienko

We walked, he and I.
Down trails and over bridges,
near streams and under trees.
We ambled through woods,
watched squirrels,
and smelled blossoms.

We talked, he and I.
We shared memories,
and laughter,
and tenderness.
We spoke of family,
and silliness,
and pain.

We dreamed, he and I.
We watched the sky fade,
and the fireflies light,
and heard the cricket song.
We traded 'what ifs, '
and 'somedays'
and sweet kisses.

We shared, he and I,
We opened our souls,
to be nurtured
and filled up,
and renewed.

We went to the park,
and when we left,
the park was inside of us.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 26, 2008


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