Debi Andrews Golebiewski
Solitude - Poem by Debi Andrews Golebiewski
Solitary, unadulterated, hopelessly searching As the sun when it spreads it's rays over the ocean with all of it's glory. Staring silently into the darkness, savoring nature's placidness As thought it'd be the epilogue of life's existence. The last rays of light flicker through The thickness of the summer leaves— so arrogantly—yet deceptive to it's surroundings. As I share the appurtenance of nature, I also share my own secret anticipation's with my surroundings. Vacillate, yet filled with strong aspirations, searching aberrantly for answers As a child when it learns to walk, Hoping, craving, searching only for guidance through the hopes of my future Cascading into the depths of the utopia in my mind.
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