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Apr 2017
roads once
traveled so frequently
lay empty
in the midnight scene

winds
of unknown lands
once swept
through once
fufilled hearts

exotic creatures
perambulate hearts
of the weary

succulent leaves
rustle gently-
perusing untimely
futures

the road stretches on
under
the expectant gaze
of the scolding sun

(b.d.s.)
the poem was inspired by the curved roads of route 66,  the green forests of asia and roaming animals of africa.. we are the world's keeper..
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