Four-Feet

Poem By Rudyard Kipling

Wherever you are..
It is..there..
and now you're afraid..
It is..tired...
His heart..
That you made.. with..
Hands passing of time..is..
The history both made..
and erased..
With your smile....
Nights love.....moon shines..
inside of the sun....
Face to face..
her shadow..
Lost..now and..forever..
He's left..without..love..
and one sun that smiled
God's love lass..and yes..
now he's tired...

Comments about Four-Feet

He's left..without..love.. and one sun that smiled God's love lass..and yes.. now he's tired... a poem of symbolism...... very fine and deep. tony
Brilliant! Great write!
brilliant! ! ! thats the only word i can think of
touching... and has a flow that softly caress the heart 10+++ lovelots, Maia
The poet emphasizes the essential ideas in depth background of this beautiful poem of symbolism.10+++


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