Standing at the Edge
Standing at the edge,
Time's chasm opens deep;
Stars filter down,
Dust motes infinite air to keep.
Age upon age,
My soul has wandered,
Stopping here and there
Till time is squandered.
Brief moments I stare
Out eyes of blue;
See in an infant's face
A mother's hue,
Or in a stranger's gait
A father I've long forgot,
And simple bliss
Long lost from thought.
And many eyes
Have been mine,
But each one dies.
And now time has turned
Toward the start
Where home has been
So long apart.
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