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I have traveled these bleak expanses For days, my throat parched and my lips dry and cracked Sheltering my body as best I can From relentless sun and sand filled wind Battering my face Looking for something, anything, in this … Continue reading

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Lone Sentinel

Lone Sentinel In this arid place Pondering our history Lone sentinel Take your rightful place In heart of mystery This tree of life Grows in dusty climes Roots seek nourishment NotĀ forest lush No such sacred climes Give encouragement We stand … Continue reading

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I have been my forty days in the wilderness Felt his breath so soft and warm against my cheek Urging me to offerings, bidding that I speak Of things forgotten, things secret and things lost But my words are parched, … Continue reading

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