Jacob Rembrandt

Rookie (November 7th,1990 / New York City)

Four O' Clock - Poem by Jacob Rembrandt

At four in the morning
I like to make
A run from everything
So I went out on my feet and
Wandered

Walking down country roads
Looking and dreaming
Of the stars and the moon

Also, at four o'clock in the morning
The drunk-maddened husband
Returns home from his run
And screams and rants at his wife

The stars and moon
And off to the sky
Dreaming of anywhere
But here


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 11, 2006


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