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tramp

Hair matted and long

Face overgrown with mustache and beard

He walks down the city streets alone

  A broken man,

He stumbles about in the dead of night

With only a ragged coat to keep out the cold

  And cheap wine his only refuge.

Perhaps he once dreamt

  A dreamer of dreams

    And a victim of fate,

For the greatest and lowliest men are of the same stock

Dreamers all,

The only difference being God’s frown

  Or smile.

Walt Trizna

https://walttriznastories.wordpress.com/

Above is my first published poem, published by The Shore Publishing Co. in their anthology, Shore Poetry Anthology, in 1973.

 

About poetreecreations

I am an author writer publisher web administrator I run poetry workshops in the community. My published Manners childrens poetry book can be found at www.waterstones.com

3 responses

  1. Early this morning I wrote something a bit longer along the same vein…so uncanny?!
    a.g.

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