Far From The Maddening Crowd - Poem by Josey Alfred
Gazing the sky at twilight warm
I scanned the sky pensive and calm.
Silant she came, took me up swift!
She lead me through, the clouds adrift.
We reached a silent world beyond!
The insane world vanished behind.
Where the night with a waxing moon,
Poured out bright silky glow, I swoon!
She took me right, to her own home!
And lay me down on her sweet foam.
Now bit by bit the breeze gone cool,
My life now smooth, the embers cool.
Her loving words ease out my scorn,
And warm embrace relieve my moan!
From chaos world to bliss I slide,
And hear the song of solitude.
A fairy took me back to earth!
In warm her arms, gentile and smooth.
To lay me in a lovely park
To love and live, in Holly Ark.
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