Edmund V. Strolis
Home Enough - Poem by Edmund V. Strolis
Where my feet will find me.
A corner for my boots to stand.
That's home enough for me.
So long as your shoes lay nearby.
The scene from our windows change.
Smiling, We leave our past behind.
Setting sights for 'wherever' road.
What a nice trip your hand in mine.
We do not let the miles own us
Our journey will reveal us soon.
What we lose in moments apart.
We know is only the first act.
No never will I say a dress rehearsal.
We both know we don't live that way.
You squeeze and dance toward the moment.
Thrilled when the music is right for you.
In the corner boots and shoes they lay.
Together they make a loving home.
Where tomorrow they will wander.
Is a question for another day.
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