Poetry — 30 June 2013

A poem by Prabuddha

Suddenly the whole world
Like dappled rays
Of Devon sunlight
Resting their warm transience
In a new room
With oak beams
At a long journey’s end

Devon farm

Stirred memories, alive
Rolling through the barn door
Whispered, from upon the moor
Dispersing, inhaled
In a new fate
I remember what this is
To slow down

June 2013

Poem by Prabuddha
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