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Ode To The Lumberjack
ęCopyright 2002 Judith Robbins Barrett

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The midst of tender summer times
Does witness haunted rhymes and chimes
In inexplicable sublime
Of that which was not mine.

The bosom bloomed and tortured woe
Through much melodious tendencies 
Suppressive roles do take its toll
On antiquated efforts.

Settling ways of winter wakes
To dwindle in contingence
Undying desires drown in the wake
Of trepidation's vengeance.

A somewhat sturdy wall is tumbled
succumbing many blows
The arrows pierce ascetic shields
If wounded hearts must flow.

My crying soul is opened up
For yet another dream
My resistance has been broken
To an indelible esteem.

Perhaps there is another chance
Perhaps we'll be enhanced
To embark upon a circumstance
For yet another dance.

 

Ode To The Lumberjack

Harbor's Delight

Willow

A Caddy's Lament

My Musing

Frivolity

The Doll House

The Interrogation

He Had No Hands

Fickle Candle

Pine

Prince of Memories

Marsh Meanderings

Thanks

My Room

Fall at Twelve

Baseball

Khanabad Mice

Dormant

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