Of foreign conquests in lone lands now forsaken

Of foreign conquests in lone lands now forsaken

14 March 2016

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Milky Way over Grand Teton courtesy Huffingtonpost.com

 

There is a bird in the sky waiting in silence

For the winds to return so it may fly up free

There are nests that commend stories of remembrance

Begun in emptiness, ending with you and me

 

There is a note in music that speaks of difference

It reeks of flat Earth decentered harmonic tree

Of raising frequencies over old reference

Like an alcoholic wasted in drinking spree

 

Whisper to me answer to riddles of three flags

They flutter over the fort that is now taken

Like vanquished Queen whose robe in tatters on floor drags

 

Master and servant in these grounds now mistaken

Time passing in between knows the surges and lags

Of foreign conquests in lone lands now forsaken

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Courtesy pinterest.com

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