For The Lonely Sad One - Poem by Andrew Nawroski
To sit alone and never cry
Then pray not to blink with one eye
But scream at the sky when happy is why.
To dance when old and grey
and fly like a bird of prey
It could be like our first day.
To waggle your toes, or point with one finger
At something that should linger.
Never laugh unless you like,
These are so few to do
That bring about new
To look at birds cats and dogs
that say how do you do.
Sheep and cows that move around
and take in all the ground.
Snow and rain that’s never the same.
All this we can do to make something new.
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