Melt In The Air

Poem By Randy McClave

All that is solid will soon melt in the air
What once was genuine will no longer be there,
What had stood for a lifetime it will soon disappear
Soon all will melt in the sun and the atmosphere.
All that is solid one day it will be gone
Vanishing with the sun along with the dawn,
All we can do is to hope and to say a prayer
Assuredly one day all that is solid will melt in the air.

Randy L. McClave

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