On The Whole - Poem by "Tucson Ron"
To give too much
And dream so far;
Shines on yet bright
Your guiding star. To wish upon
And hold with might;
We gaze and dream
Between days' light. We clearly do see
Much more than we show;
Within ink, words displayed
And thoughts dually grow. We ponder the meaning
At end to begin;
And then with new light,
We see, yet again...
...The hearts core.
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