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Desolate sky

I walked upon earth's ground
Found things to be so spacious and wide
Everything was silent
Not a rustling of a leaf
Even though breezes blew
I felt alone but content
Wished the wind would carry me away
It did not lift me
I looked, the sky was dreary
So different, so vast
Like a dream left to die
I found my soul so heavy
Wished again
Wind take me afar
It did not
Hope sprang anew
I left it standing there

© 2021 Loly Rinn
Photo by Patryk Sobczak on Unsplash
From a personal anthology of bygone poetry
Published inBygone Poetry

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