Mary Bastian


For I See Tonight - Poem by Mary Bastian

for I see tonight
a four lit by light
before you called
I thought too
before a four you loved
two to be stubborn
one hard and firm push
no more for me
a thousand soft whispers
not for you ever more
to leave it be til’ morrow
you will foresee
arrive it shall too
one will appear before you
instead of two


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 6, 2005



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