Malcolm Evison

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The Fear Of Fall - Poem by Malcolm Evison

Though clouds have cleared
still I fear

their returning fall.

Your smile reflects
my whispered yearning –

presence and absence
jointly affirming

love’s own reality.

Each meeting proclaims
a joyous creation –

departing pre-figures
my fear
of the final fall.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 13, 2006

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