Jack A. Bradbury

(Prince George, British Columbia)

Universal Order - Poem by Jack A. Bradbury

The suns lingering kiss
Has vanished into shortened days

My cosmic lovers touch I'll miss
As skin returns to winters fade

Sea side sunset
Final salute
Clouds appear
Come back cosmic lover
I need you near

Suddenly a covetous lover
The wind of winter

Lashing out potent fear
I face the wind
Brushing away
A frozen tear


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Read poems about / on: sunset, winter, kiss, wind, fear, sea



Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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