Mick Law

Rookie - 0 Points (21/12/1956 / Thurnscoe South Yorkshire, UK)

Thoughts - Poem by Mick Law

I saw a boy climbing an oak tree, he conquered the monarch of the woods and I found thought of you
Jupiter and Venus and a crescent moon flooded into binocular lens and you were there, astounded
I felt the spring sun break from its misty winter den and warm us both together but apart
I stood barely breathing as darting chaffinches blazed colour at me from background green and you gasped aside me.
I stood alone and the months stood behind yet you were ahead and I smiled

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 3, 2012



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