Richard Harvey
Copyright © 2006 Richard Harvey
Last Modified: December 3, 2006

A very tough bubble
Can some times suddenly
Leave us suffocating
In the lashing gusts
Of probability
Possibility and mortality
Be careful
Your words
Can smack the hopeful
And immortal air
Past my microns-thin
Shiny, glistening
Reflecting rainbows
That the world
And me
Want to see
Want to be
Very tough


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