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A Child & Tree In Soliloquy

The child and nature sojourned oft in foliaged soliloquy,
Barren spots inwardly, escaping, seemingly, even the Creator,
Touched nigh in silenced audible greenery.

As leaves and limbs enfold comfort,
The child smiles, a solace of rustling leaves, now a fait accompli.

And the soliloquy continues amidst the wind,
Softly whistling through the tree.

©02-01-2010
Clara B. Ray

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Submitted on March 10, 2011

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Clara B. Ray is an Amateur Creative Writer, and a Free Verse Poet, who has been writing poetry for about two years.She writes about many topics, including those that share her experiences & recovery as an Adult Survivor of Child Abuse, a teen alcoholic, and an advocate for domestic violence & sexual assault survivors. Divinity poetry is also one of her favorites.Now 53 years old, Clara takes pride in being a Free Verse Poet, who also embraces all genres of poetry, & has enjoyed adding iambic sonnets, cinquains, tankas & haikus to her collection. more…

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