Bones Lay

poem by: Daniel Miltz
Written on Feb 20, 2017

Bones Lay

Feb 11,  2017• By daniel miltz •

Back age of brute creation 'n herbage beholders
Hominoids have stayed for bodiless years 
Jumbled brains on battered shoulders 
With rash of lacking space frontiers
On brief planet lay all the bone souvenirs

For countless, covered bodies in shallow earth tomb 
Whilst' sun winks like the star  
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust gloom
In an overcast front of sky afar
Protected in the bosom of Spirit’s immortal reservoir


Tags: rhyme, deep, scary, dark, imagery,

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