River Sonnet

Some time ago at a fork in the road
Time was broken into twelve hundred words
The wanting of that far-off ocean home
Means more to this world than some can afford
After completing your task, stay on course
Gather yourself and wait until daylight
Acquiescence moves with natural force
Eyes will not rest in the fluttering night
The old folks say comfort brings numbing sleep
Bare walls of longing allow us to dream
When the mind becomes free the soul will weep
Moments of innocence floating downstream

Try and remember this simple refrain
Sounds of solitude calm the howling rain

River Sonnet

barrynation

Joined October 2008

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