Apudo Apudo


The Wanderers - Poem by Apudo Apudo

We have traversed lowly earth

Gropped for the grand worth

Charred the wood of our youth

Sought out a heavenly truth

If only we could halt our fray

Give our minds and hearts a chance at play

Listen to the timeless prudence

Turned over at birth and at demise

A collective rhythm entombed in us

Thumping to rally our purpose

The only secret we will ever bear

One that would be splendid to share

Courage would uncover at our feet

To lead us on paths brightly lit

In spite of brief bleak shadows

We'd be prodded on by inner glows

Like assurance from an azure sunset

That tomorrow is indeed godsent


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012



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