Tasty Tidbits

Poem By Ray Lucero

Where am I
Foxes wolfs
Wanders in this
Dreamy densed forest.

No sun no moon
Enter and I
Assaulted day night
Turning pages of history
Not read by anybody.

Light shadow
Played in brief.
I insearch of that tree
That keep me free
Assured me alive.

Nothing but water
And air flowing
And I dissolved
claiming transparent.

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