Moving On Poem by Frederick Kesner

Frederick Kesner

St. Thomas University Hospital

Moving On

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Breathe in -aspire
breathe out -expire
my aspiration knows no expiration.

With each sunset
there be -sunrise awaits
and therein lies my expiation.

Here in a downy refuge lay,
this germinant resolve:
what I wasI no longer am.

Friday, December 13, 2013
Topic(s) of this poem: life
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Never allow a label to confine and delimit you. Often, the identifier that people use to describe you does not encompass the sum total of who you are. Outside today's box is your freedom.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Adeline Foster 15 February 2014

Like the expressions in this one. Especially the 'downy refuge'. Read mine - Brush Strokes - Adeline

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Frederick Kesner

St. Thomas University Hospital
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