Mary Lyle

Rookie - 55 Points (06/11/1973 / Morganton, NC)

West End Ambience - Poem by Mary Lyle

Dark, Deep, Transient -
Softly Alluring, Melodic tunes.

The block of light,
A momentary break into Reality;
A Portal to the outside world.
A safe familiarity.

Taste so Sweet, Tantalizing, Citrousy;
Yet Woodsy -
Smoothly gliding downward in a Spiral of
Cool, Refreshing invigoration.

You....a Warm breathe of fresh air,
Softly brushing my cheek.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 16, 2008

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