Wednesday, July 12, 2006

On A Summer Evening

Let us set laughter free
unshackled, unfettered
from forced hibernation
in caverns hollowed out
from deepened human psyche’s.
Carved by the rushing
of worldly cares like
water over stones,
chiseled by moving moments
on the downhill race
to collect at the foothills of faith.
Trapped in the box canyon
where phenomenon holds
captive, eternity’s best intentions.
Laughter is the antidote
for this poison-weed garden,
of this blossom and blooming
called human suffering.
Every little laugh that slips
from tightened hearts
attracts firefly sized lights
that flitter like hope
on a summer evening.


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