Cathy Hodgson

Veteran Poet - 1,195 Points (USA Ohio)

Fossil - Poem by Cathy Hodgson

Time become fossils within a soul
As bubbling brook whispering inside
There were stories along this journey
Told time and again through being

But we remember cuddles of warmth
That will cradle us until the subsequent
The door is ours to open at will
A stolen smile embracing thoughts

Taking us yet back on another trail
Of young and free of worldly
Yet that walk, of considering nothing
Uninhibited by trails of trials

Here we are at another life span
Time on our side longer yet
As eternity steps to greet us
Holding out his arms in love

© Cat 6/27/16

Form: Free Verse

Comments about Fossil by Cathy Hodgson

  • Eric Cockrell (6/30/2016 7:10:00 PM)

    A deep gratitude for life,
    Amid a chorus of loving
    Well done!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 30, 2016

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