Edmund V. Strolis
The Long Drive - Poem by Edmund V. Strolis
Alone within the stars on that long drive home.
Not a creature crossed my path not a leaf stirred.
Time and space were lost to the shadowy mind.
Swallowed by the universe a lunar landscape bare.
Stranger in a strange land with infinity for fuel.
Dark walls of corn and pines lost in darkest night.
Too aware of this monster star laced infinity.
A nameless planet lost in space a rocky satellite.
Stripped of the conscious barrier that sheltered me.
A nameless being exposed to indifferent eternity.
I knew then and there in a cold raw unfiltered truth.
That the night had grown too dark to see you anymore.
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