Junius Barnes

Rookie (Roswell, Georgia)

I Was Born In Fall - Poem by Junius Barnes

I was born in fall, so that mean I’ll fall
Or will raise to greatest exceed all high.

I was born in fall, so I’ll grow into change.
I’ll grow into mighty oak that leads the way.

Born in fall, the wind of change is blowing my way.
My body waved with the wind.

I was born in fall, my mind is wind that blow gentle and bold.
My soul is like cement hard but crack.

I was born in fall, but my body is winter blizzard.
My feet are like hot summer day burning my soul away.

Born in fall, my eyes are gazed.
My life has seen the pain of tomorrow bay.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 31, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, August 31, 2008

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