Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
Life's Interruptions - Poem by Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
There's a dead deer
On the side of the road
That had darted out and
Demolished a car,
The driver is dead...
A deer with its pretty white tail and
Closed eyes frozen in winter's grasp.
I turn my head as I speed by
Wondering for which should I cry,
Man or deer?
My heart screams, BOTH!
Dorothy Alves Holmes
12: 45 PM EST
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