John A. Williams
What's In A Poet's Mind? - Poem by John A. Williams
What's in a poet's mind?
Does it ever show?
Isn't it beautiful
To let your mind soar
Through the world and its wonderful shores?
To visualize a thousand sunsets
A rainbow, a cloud with a sunrise.
Birds chasing birds in trees
Flowers surrounded by bees.
To recline and capture the moment
With poetic lines
That lives for ever and ever in our minds.
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