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Infirmity | A Poem by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Can you feel my throbbing heart;
crying out through the hazy sky.
Asking not for pleasure nor pain;
Just inhaling my life once again.
Floating in the aura of timeless love;
a feathery wisp from high above.
Catching the rays and nebula’s blaze;
weaving a web of a pretentious maze.
I’ll walk a path where piety leads.
Following as yet another shall leave;
my essence bruised and forever bleeds.
For my life’s intention is blessed love;
But my reality becomes a chaotic infirmity.



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