Troy Clark

Rookie (Jan 3rd 1991 / Michigan)

Entwinement - Poem by Troy Clark

In a world of loneliness
there were two seeds,
Cast from heaven into
Autumn light,
Neglected by all and
soon to be nothing,
And through the cold
and bitter winters they
clung,
Through each other they
lived,
And soon a breath,
Warm against the flesh
heated their hollow insides,
And from the skies
came purity,
Which gave the seeds
their reason,
Two trees, one of life
and the other of death,
The tree of being, and
the tree of demise,
but to one another
friends for evermore.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008



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