John W. McEwers
Dreamscapes Of A John Unforeseen - Poem by John W. McEwers
I never knew what is was about you,
Twas the gleam of the moon betwixt we.
Twas the vroom of the zoom
That makes me rethink what we be.
Once upon the sands of time
that did chafe me,
I felt like a man among boys.
But like boys I had the voice of a girl,
I wish I had been a girl.
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