Peter S. Quinn

From The Road Of Nowhere Go - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

From the road of nowhere go
When the winter settles in
And dark's with its wintry blow
Of its coldness of frosty spin
When hearts are numb and dry
In their mood and their sunshine
With no blueness in the sky
Only clouds of deepest dark line

To the road of an ending year
In their deepness of darkness still
And the murky shadows are here
With their deep abysses to fill
When my longings all get away
Turning tides around and around
I just long for a sunshine day
To be somewhere again here found

From the road of make beginning
Where my dreams still belong
In swift of the north lights spinning
And each shadows dances on strong
I have hope in new times coming
With their aspiring summer spring
Where seeds of earth are blooming
And we still have pleasures to sing

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 20, 2009

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