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The Time-A poem

Updated on August 28, 2012

A day I wished to get the moon

And very strong that was

I hoped to have it soon

Though for none a course

Like a sailor's wish

To see a land away.

Which like a terrible fish

Asked for just one more day

As a pilgrim sees his home

After a long lasting wait

Through the seas and through the Strom

And through the longest gate

That I considered a feat

To explore my own flair

In moon to catch a seat

So I stood under its glare

And then like the sailor

Standing in the lovely gloom

Highly demanding to sell her

The land on which he bloom with that he become a danger

To sell the land you claimed

That’s the biggest blunder”

So each of the crew blamed

But he was between water and fire

So in explicable and forsake

From good bad, he had to hire

Thus forlorn in the big lake.

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      Deb Hirt 5 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      Great poem!