Theresa Ann Moore

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Walking The Line - Poem by Theresa Ann Moore

Silhouette shapes
fly overhead
foreseeing a change
In this moment
of transition
the breath
of life is sustained
Momentarily transfixed
lacking motivation…
staring at the setting sun

Balancing
on a timeline stretched
between
here and there
Existing with
no apparent form...
Swayed by the gentle motion
of a cooling breeze
Edging closer
to a warm embrace

3/8/2012


Comments about Walking The Line by Theresa Ann Moore

  • Wahab Abdul (3/8/2012 10:02:00 AM)

    THE POEM CALM MY MIND AND GIVES A PLEASURE TO MY SOUL………………………………….

    THIS IS REALLY GREAT, YOU R TOO MUCH TALENTED, THE WAY YOU PENNED THE POEM IS REALLY PRAISE WORTHY, WELL WORDED, A WELL CRAFTED POEM INDEED, I LIKE THE POEM AS YOU LIKE IT. PLEASE READ MY POEM, I WANT TO DIE’’
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 8, 2012



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