Peter Vealey

Veteran Poet - 1,474 Points (16th March 1952. / Hertfordshire)

Ragged And Wise. - Poem by Peter Vealey

I Looked into my garden,
At the bluebells.
And thought of a wood,
Far away and long ago.
I could never return to (anymore) .
Ragged and wise.
I never, ever saw your lies.
Why is love so unwise?
I`ve loved my garden,
It`s every new growth and nuance.
But never as much as
I longed for
Your smiling eyes.
Once more,
Ragged and unwise.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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