John Calvin Cochrane


The Homecoming - Poem by John Calvin Cochrane

The Homecoming

As the moon sky
Escapes the present
Morning as I breath
Again afresh.

My mind opens
Agape, as the
Frontlines once cresting,
Have crashed now
Around us.

We embrace
The other as we
Hug again
At once.

The beautiful lovelorn
crosses we shared, now
bud as our hearts make
fire emblazoned in fuelled
chests.

The thousands of
Miles that stretched
Us apart, as now
We come as close
As arms length.

Our new day
Opens in splendor
With our thanks to
Each others love.

John Cochrane

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 23, 2009


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