Come Looking

If you ever feel like looking

You can find me scattered

Across the plains, twisting

In the valleys, longing

Within the groves, endless

Pieces, here and there

Some settled, others still

Tumbling along, rambling

On the breeze, waiting for

The warmth of sunshine

To bear down upon me

Until the winter takes hold

Again, and buries me

In its cold embrace, left

To wait once more

For the sun, and maybe

The sound of your footsteps

As you, come looking


  1. Gorgeous invitation!

    In a strange but enticing bit of serendipitous subscription web-surfing, I read your poem immediately after I watched “Zoom with You” (Tony Leung) on YouTube. I was still hearing echoes of the vibe of that song in my mind as I read your poem. Kind of a groovy super-imposition. ๐Ÿ™‚

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