Tom (WordWulf) SternerHowe

I Would - Poem by Tom (WordWulf) SternerHowe

If I could be a pillow,
a safe place
to lay me down your grief,
I would.

If I could be a basket,
I would gather all your sorrow,
cast it out into the seven directions,
I would.

If I could be a fountain,
I would flow with you
through the seven waters of your soul.
I would always be your friend,
I would.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 22, 2005

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