Peter S. Quinn

Momentary Thoughts - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Each day that on rises must come with ease
Its seedlings and flowers in counting-up cast
To the earth with its sway and on turning lease
Filling out the bars on the tracks that get lost
Center of prowling onward passing stride
Each closer to move to the horizon line
The living roads we walk on and abide
The thousands we can't any time define
Every motion of hours kept in memory
The atoms that center there to again live
Momentary thoughts that come on to be
So we may from each accomplish to give
Towers shall fall and the splitting seconds go
While true feelings circumference the flow

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, February 4, 2011

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