David Floren

Yearning's Learnings

Describes yearnings:
Wend.

Play-thing, swaddle, mother, scribble

Main thing: dawdle? Rather, dribble.

Books - expanse. Friend, learning.

Looks entrance. End: yearning!

Breasts – garden. Love’s a-sweat.

Bests harden. Hovers regret.

Sob, roam? Luminary prescribes:

Job, home, woman, child.

Describes
learning’s end.


[5-13-2005 Berkeley, CA]

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2008

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