Van Dee Garner

(Chattanooga, Tennessee)

Decorations - Poem by Van Dee Garner

Multicolored streamer, decorate the
Rough linings of intuition heralding
New beginnings where savage thoughts
Are surreptitiously hidden and life's
Dim facade is temporarily camouflaged

The joy, the excitement, the thrill
Of the party's moment transcends
Tell tale emotions and capitalizes
On the now experience.

Excess energy is spent and when the
Party is over, streamers are removed
Unveiling the true nature of introspective
Conscience, sad, alone, ever awaiting
Tomorrow's blend of gaiety when
Decorative streamers are hung once again!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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