New Worlds - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
Saffron dreams like your marigold arms
Tears fade like distant mountains
Covered in clover seas
Jack Kerouac still haunts me
Time seems to be a spirit
Have you traded your soul?
Timeless time shines
We are memories while we walk
I await the government of flowers
Nutrients of God
Way deep into the back rooms
Deep into the universal empathy
What matters is eternal love
Life is a focused sky
Draw nigh onto me my God
What did William Blake see?
Speak by the rivers and tides
May I hear the rain sing?
Today is apart of every dream
New Worlds are the real visions
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