Allan James Saywell

Bronze Star - 2,345 Points (Australia / Christmas Island)

Homeless In Paradise - Poem by Allan James Saywell

He lay on a bed of discomfort
Waiting for the first rays of hope
Every night was long
Every day was bleak
He waited for the streetcar called desire
It never came
His youth was dulled with pain
His friends were demons
They lived within
His soul had moved away
All he wanted was the gravy train

Form: Abecedarian


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 30, 2017



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