R. G. Bell
Permission - Poem by R. G. Bell
Though I may cast a picture-cloud
And bend it to my mind,
You’ll see it differently endowed,
(Or one of us is blind) .
Please view it as you think it fair,
Your vision claim, defend.
There may, I’ll grant, be some things there
I never did intend.
R. G. Bell 2009
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