Peter S. Quinn

With Or Without - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Like the world in the night and out of sleep
Comes the twilight and meets new daybreak
A sliver blue gleam from the hours of deep
Approaching to give brightness and awake
Blooms of the day and buds of tomorrow
Each in their gradation lives to give
Seeds of the ground that daydreams may borrow
To embody prosper and worth to live

Just like you and me giving and taking
Learning to grow into our ways of life
Pebbles and stones like a hindrance block
Rushing to meet the rivers in making
Every waving billow on its rife
With or without each the fortunate luck

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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