Recycling Lives

Poem By Richard Wlodarski

Tapestry
Of one's life
Delicate
Yet, so strong
Many lives
Into One
He waits so
Patiently

Comments about Recycling Lives

" Only mystery makes us live, only mystery" said the great Spanish poet, Garcia Lorca. Your poem opens doors to the unknown in a beautiful way, spiritually, hopefully and resilient.


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