If you are a lost myth why do you haunt me? Nowhere has simple limits. Yet I explore each slight hope as it presents itself and retain just the glimpse of some expectations. We are imitations of collected sources with such potential only as a single response to correct a failure or establish success. So if you must follow, please stay close behind me for when the spirit extends itself in too many directions someone must document the final tension.
About the Poet:
R. Gerry Fabian is a poet and novelist. He has published four books
of his published poems, Parallels, Coming Out Of The Atlantic,
Electronic Forecasts and Wildflower Women as well as his poetry
baseball book, Ball On The Mound.
He lives in Doylestown, PA.
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