James Anderson


Out In The World Again - Poem by James Anderson

You know, I’ve been waiting
Waiting for something to exist
But few have flown
Out into the bright sky,
Where the winds carry
Back to the west,
Now I stand,
Waiting still…
Scared, but still very shocked,
Of what has past through in me,
With no welcome,
Nor a care,
So I stand in pain,
For what has happened,
But will I try to stand,
And give my few words
Out in the World Again
I pronounce you gone,
If who care to show a second sign,
I go back further, to a weird place,
That I saw for five hundredths of a second
Giving a simple writing
Of nothing too special for anyone
Can I fail?
And not see a single…

Love out in the World
AGAIN

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 21, 2008



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