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Poems from 'Transcapes' Low Woods

Updated: Jun 28

LOW WOODS


Years ago,

Here in the

Low Woods

I fell.

Now this is

The place I will

Always dwell.


The wise

Stars and moon

Are my

Eternal friends.

Welcome too

Is the vivacious

Wind.


When I’m cradled

In her seductive

Breeze.

She’ll pass me

Secrets from the

Tell-tale trees.


Then, when

Mists and rains

Stop by,

We talk of

The sun and the

Cobalt skies.


Now I know

Every fact

There is to find.

It’s time

You put me

Out

Of mind …


So,

Consider

Your story

As it

Unwinds

Unwinds

Unwinds

...


(c) Barry Hall

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