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Speak to Me
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By Jane E. Pearce
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Speak to Me


Speak to me some night
while the carriage wheels us home,

and the horses' breath veils the air
where once wild flowers bloomed.

Remind me of the smell of grass
fresh mown in childhood's yard,

where sunshine framed the flowers
around the fountain quad.

Talk about new found treasures
excavated every day,

discoveries of life's pleasures
childhood held at bay-

all images of our journey
from birth to the Golden Dome.

Speak to me some night,
while the carriage wheels us home.

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Submitted: Saturday, March 8, 2003

Last Updated: Thursday, February 17, 2011

About the Poet
Hi!!-I am a retired RN,who loves genealogy, poetry,music, my family(two daughters and six grandchildren),a golfing hubby, who is a retired engineer. Born and grew up in upper NY state. Been in PA about 40 years. These years, life is pretty simple and enjoyable. Oh yeah-I adore the computer and the friends I've made on it.

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