Cita Klocksieben

Rookie (Rowland Heights, California, USA)

To Thee - Poem by Cita Klocksieben

Caressing
Arresting
Robustly enhancing
Life's own mystery
In it's silent memory.
In flight the lark
Longs for thee
On wings of song
Vibrantly
Embracing thee.
Yondering valley a soul
Offering thy own
Undying emotion
Totally unmindful
Of a void
Only thou can fill.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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