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A Fall From Nature
by Alyssa Anne Vitry

Singing softly in the breezes
Hearts are in disguise
Chanting out their reasons
Calmly feeling with their eyes.
Smelling all the wild
Where sight can slowly die
Tasting all the sweetness
Hearing flowers sigh.

Climbing on rocks
Gray, hard and still
All the breezes can surround you
With all its crazy chill
Decaying from your nature
Forgetting all your hurt
Tucking up your sadness
That's been thrown into the dirt.

Slightly from the tattered edge
You fall from weathered heights
Never once in your whole life
Have you seen a greater sight
Fleeing from your habits
Your common and repressed
Sheilding your defenses
In your arms, hope is carressed.

Poem ID: 5172   Poem Posted: 6/17/1999
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