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Eulogy

Eulogy

I love to watch the changes in the trees,
As riding by I peer at toes and knees,
Then springing up through branch and stem and leaves,
I ‘scend beyond the top to breech the floret keys,
And opened wide unlock doors
Translucent
Transparent
Yet vistas emergent
No breathe
Astounding
Unwelcome
Alien
Death
At 19,000 feet.
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Submitted by dougnoel on July 27, 2020

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Douglas Noel

Douglas is a published poet who have been accorded several awards for his poetry. He is a former teacher of 40 years the last 13 of which focused on teaching middle school children to write especially using various poetic forms. more…

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