Glenn Cassidy


Still Sedate - Poem by Glenn Cassidy

Mellow murmurs
Drifting on the calm waters
Of an easy wind.

Subdued by a white mist
Soothing, soft
I waft above.

The honey sun
In harmony with
A field of golden wheat.

Come,
Hold my hand,
Enter my tranquility.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 2, 2006



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