Tania Allen

Rookie (10-29-1974 / Massachusetts)

Untitled Poem #4 (In The Recesses Of Mystery The Voices Swim) - Poem by Tania Allen

In the recesses of mystery the voices swim
languid bodies flowing effortlessly
through a myterious fog

echoes of purpose find homes
in lovers' souls

whomsoever wishes to seek out their past
may find it hidden
wrapped within the caul of fear and pain

I cannot go where you go
nothing calls me there
and I will not tread where I am unwanted.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 2, 2005



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