Manonton Dalan

(virginia, usa)

...of your smile


grass has grown above my knees
geese still around looking fresh
you can come so close like a pet
looking at you as if telling, beat
birds are singing spring lullaby
most of 'em want to show off, fly

little fox sitting there listen, listen
wipe her face; her eyes wide open
stand up walk slowly towards bush
vanish from my eyes in hush hush
all of a sudden i heard rumbles
few of 'em came out in shambles

creek dried out; turtles are gone
litters all over; bottles and cans
few golf balls half burried in mud
glliters like new to those who had
but my mind never change; wandering
this lovely place and still dreaming

Submitted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Edited: Friday, May 16, 2014

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