Larry Ninas

Rookie - 32 Points (February 11,1959 / Columbus, Georgia)

My Peaceful Lady - Poem by Larry Ninas

I walked the dusty road,
My soul alone-my mind in peace.
Then I could dream or ponder
Thoughts of you and I together.

As I walked further, and thought,
I envisioned us together;
Our hands joined as we strolled
the fields of life, joy and happiness.

When I first saw you
all of my once foolish dreams
flitted across my mind
for I knew it was you I envisioned.

No longer was my soul alone,
nor would I walk that road alone.
My mind has found a better peace
The peace of happiness and togetherness.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 14, 2012



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