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BLUE WATERS (An ode to Lake Michigan) by Rick Brown ____________ Sacred blue waters Beckon to me Wherever you are Come to the sea * Crystal blue waters Welcoming me Marvelous vistas For reflective retreat * Blessed blue waters Smile … Continue reading
Places without a healthy core Are like a human with no heart Soulless, empty, and shallow Painfully fracturing apart – Stark buildings sit derelict Houses are no longer homes Each a testament to waste Now referred to just in poems … Continue reading
Weathered and worn Tattered and torn A solemn wood post Alone and forlorn Wires barbed and true All rusty, not new Cling to their post Nothing else left to do Buffeted by winds No one more tends Perishing … Continue reading