That sounds serious! :)interesting observation.....here its often the lack of bed, wishes, devika
At least we find a place to rest and to leave. The juxtaposition of a large bed and a short time to live is brilliant. Well done, John.Best wishesRalf
There is a deep meaning here and I simply love this piece. The contrast between the two, as noted, is, as Ralf said, "Well done."T
most live ins at the Hospice here in TT are elderly folk who seem to shrivle as they grow older; the large bed in your poem is a strake contrast to our smallness in the scheme of lifemuch lovegillena
A striking poem John...
desert sandsthis life's drive sustained an oasis__I honor the spirit of those that have the will to fight... 'the crossing.' __Grand vision, John. _m
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