Dale Michael Abella

(Lorain, Ohio)

Hazelwood - Poem by Dale Michael Abella

My love for you is evaporating
encompassing the world
surrounding the outer atmosphere
hoping to absorb through you

My love for you stagnates
within the depths of my spirit
seeping through crevasses
like the sap from a tapped maple tree

As it flows to earthly grounds
absorbing through the nearby soil
nourishing the undergrowth
while my roots slowly choke in the thirst

Hazelwood, Hazel is still so magical
mystifying my sensibilities
bringing me to my last great hope
rekindling life's complete pleasantry

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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