Wind Subsided - Poem by Mark Ruiz
Now the sky has darkened,
The wind subsided
And here we are.
These ghastly images fly by
Our eyes, so fast, so sudden,
The images subside.
Now the chill a bit more bite.
We sit and chat and eat
In the night, laughing,
Basking in humor, love, and joy.
In the darkened sky stand and breathe.
We laugh and love.
In the jungle of society we stand.
Still though, still and quiet.
Yet we laugh and love still. We.
Now the sky darkened brightens.
Wind subsided, nature still.
We all part ways yet going down the same path.
The roads different, destination the same.
Home to our loved ones to dream of our loved.
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