Rowving Smith


Oil And Water - Poem by Rowving Smith

No matter what people say
No matter what they make us believe
There should be oceans
Never kissed by a river
And there should be rivers
Never embraced by a sea

No matter what people say
No matter what they make us believe
There should be flowers
Never spoiled by a bee
And there should be bees
Never tasted honey

No matter what people say
No matter what they make us believe
There should be sun's
Never seen a day
And days for sure
That hasn't seen a sun

No matter what people say
No matter what they make us believe
There should be sugar
That has no sweetness
And there should be nights
With not a shread of darkness

If these are not so
Therre is no chance
For me to be here
Writing these words
For you to read my dear

At the same time
It breaks my heart
To read between the lines
And to see that it makes sense
For it to be true
That oil can mix
With water at will!

[One Hundred and Twenty Five - Celebrating being alone among so many]


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 29, 2008



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