When Life Is Uncontrolled - Poem by James McLain
There at the closed end of the southern valley,
of bending often winding deep such thoughts.
Where so often,
then at dusk you used to cover me and hide.
Ringed in posies,
wrapped it darkness, singing birds is loudly spilled
The open yawning stare thats blind, but now it sees.
By those very trees,
and bushes leave the circled vines that climb the walls.
Some gouged deep purple and mist floats a cloud,
as it leaves the wall, dew freshly washed blue stained.
And life is uncontrolled,
and beings uncontrolled, is life when theres no rest.
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