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The Deep And Silent Wood

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broker6
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The Deep and Silent Wood
by Richard J. Budig 1995


Snow is gently falling in the woods.
Distant smoke rises to the stars.
An old owl calls to a rising moon.
In the stillness, I listen for your voice.
I know that before the sun rises again,
I want to look into eyes that I love,
and hold the hands that once held mine.
I want to visit the night away
and when dawn's first light finds us,
we'll be asleep in the deep and silent wood.




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Saxoness
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Broker, I really like your poetry.

 "Glory remains unaware of my neglected dwelling where alone
I sing my tearful song which has charms only for me."

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Pepper
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Stunning Broker.....

 A soul that writes from the heart and shares it, truly gives a gift extraordinaire!


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Oohhh....I really liked this!  I can actually hear the noises one hears when in the woods!  Really nice poem - short and sweet !!  It had lots of emotion in it though !!  Great little read!    

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Martie
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Full of sensory feeling.  I liked this poem alot.
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Richard -
This is very, very pretty.
There is serenity here.


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Seymour Tabin
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broker6,
Liked what I read.
 
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