Peter S. Quinn


Somewhere (From, Spring Come Come) - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Somewhere where the night is all
With days in the valley of dark
And dreams are in everlasting call
Of the whimsy ways that never spark
Where destructiveness is ruling
And given each moments its strains
And each other opportunities fooling
With their adversity and their pains

Somewhere not long ago from here
When everything was in its yellow ray
When times of the darkness was near
A morning became all too soon a day
Where cites where conquered in dim
And being was destitution to know
Rules became belligerently whimsy whim
Frontrunners for each life’s bearing glow

Somewhere for you and me callings die
With hope that to ashes had burned
And only the red glowing horizon sky
Gave us a leaping in leach life learned
Itinerant fulfillments of its dying hope
Never to return to the new front line
Giving prospects a strong holding rope
That where to dawn wake-up sunshine


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 3, 2008



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