Max Buchanan

Drought To Lush - Poem by Max Buchanan

I’ll lift your pain for my shoulders gain
To tear and maim I’ll keep latched on
I stood and watched
and lo, beneath
was the light they crushed
A cold gust now belts my skin
As time will show it was the low within
Low and dim as wings in the drone
grown from drought all to lush
I stood and watched
and lo, beneath
laid the light they crushed
Held fast
The safest palms
Free and unabashed
I stood and watched
and lo, beneath
shone the light they crushed

Topic(s) of this poem: hope, loss, love

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015

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