Robert Brendan

(1979 / Calgary)

The Talk - Poem by Robert Brendan

Listening to one
sage their advice
to me.
Apprehend this world
with your eyes.
Offer no opinion and
voice no disconcert.
Is there a point to leaving any
thing
a mark of some sort behind?
With no critical experience?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 17, 2005



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