Kay Francis

Defining Time - Poem by Kay Francis

The braided trinity of us
rests like a silky, ebony plait
across the breast of
Mother Earth.

We reside near the place
where She kisses Father Sky
making the horizon holy
with their consummation.

We are then,
now and the future;
mists in the mind
of a poet
to define time.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 26, 2005

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