Caleb Andrew Ward

Rookie (08/02/1991 / Baltimore, MD)

I Walk The Desert Plains Tonight - Poem by Caleb Andrew Ward

i’ll walk across these desert plains
it all feels good, new, but strange
the winter has long since passed
i ponder how long this heat will last

i suppose i’ll sit and wait a while
rest my weary feet during this trial
it would seem like such a horrible waste
to give up now and slow my pace

i’ll walk this desert plain tonite
because i tire of words and endless fights
internally, externally we feel combatant
if we don’t stop i’ll feel lamented

continue to walk and write these words
we appear at dusk an unlucky scurge
i don’t want to walk in this heat alone
so don’t let go (please) and we’ll journey home…

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 2, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 4, 2011

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