Norma M. Everett

(Orange, CA, USA)

Infinite Journey - Poem by Norma M. Everett

I've followed you through solar flares
And dusty wind swept planes
Through many cultures far and near
And worlds where violence reigns.
I've followed you through holes in space
And galaxies so vast,
through famines, wars, and haunted moors
And times that long have passed.
Recall that day so long ago
While playing games in space
We shared our feelings then to be
Within this human race.
And as we went our separate ways
With thoughts that were entwined
We vowed again that from this day
We'd leave all cares behind.
And now we see a different world
With promise hope and love
And touching here beyond the stars
We watch from far above.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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