Looking Down.

Author:Waters, Daniel
Position:Poem
 
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Looking Down There is a mute abandon in the prim And music in the silence of relief. There is refreshment in the grey and grim And peace in the unravelling of grief. There comes an appetite before a feast That some would label hunger out of fear, But laughter, too, sleeps half the day at least, And trees are gladly leafless half the year. You ask why poets pick depression's bones...

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