Ruth Craig

(Santa Rosa, California)

(untitled) - Poem by Ruth Craig

Over sun-drenched rocks
The stream leaps joyfully
Where drinks the dappled fawn.
The world untamed part
Of my being responds
I am you and you are me
Revealing one more corner
My soul's unfathomed depths.
Untamed spirit drinks
Drawing sustenance
From diamond sprinkled water
Leaping o'er sun-drenched rocks.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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