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Day 1 1/1/10

There grows a tree outside my window
With limbs extended high in curves;
On it a sparrow sits and feeling nurtures;
The tree yearns to hiding sun
Its bare arms in coarse winds;
I stand and stare and wonder why,-
Until the sparrow cease its unity,-
Why Life and Love and Death
Are tripled as a family.
I wander, then, to reclusive wood,
To be at one, at peace, and hide,
And but steal a dream of immortality.
I wonder how it is to graze
On tree tops with the summer breeze,
Or skip the calm of nesting waters,
Or as the dragon-fly catch dew upon my wings.
I wonder, too, how to shape forms
In spring dusk above the hills,
To emit, transfer, and amaze,
By blazing light that hides horizons.
In this I wish rebirth to be-
Eternal, graceful, and in awe.


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The following comments are for "Reincarnation"
by mj20300

Reads well
wonderment- vivid desires this. Perhaps some day, yes?

( Posted by: pablowilliams [Member] On: January 4, 2010 )

Nice one, mj!
Very nice mj...very lyrical and flows smoothly.

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: January 5, 2010 )

rebirth
Nice. Transcendent language is hard to capture - you did it well here. Good job.

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: January 6, 2010 )





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