If Not All - Poem by Eric Cockrell
dying old man,
fire in a clearing,
moonlight reflected through a window....
a vagrant man,
the immigrant crossing the border....
the young woman giving birth,
starlight on wet grasses,
the prisoner walking
to his own execution....
and a pilgrim....
a child of god,
a child of darkness....
which am i?
if not all!
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