e.e. wilholt

Fall***tomorrow - Poem by e.e. wilholt

Never have I slept so soundly
As when I have been falling,
Hurtling to dark vermilion depths
Unknown and doom impending

Faithfully watching and silently knowing
She glided softly
To an ether pillow landing


Tell me I said, tell me again:
It answered me in halting speeches
And exhorted me to
Grasp at slinking dreams
Bitter as I was

Only then
Could there be hope
To find a better tomorrow

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 5, 2008

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