Beanery Online Literary Magazine

November 23, 2009

Forgetting the Dread

BEANERY ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE

FORGETTING THE DREAD

Kern F. Little

seemly lost

walked alone

fog filled

dark horizons

envelop our 

minds

walking 

head down

knowing 

where I am

where I’ve 

been

but never

where I’m

going

sunset breaks

knowledge 

awaits

for those

once lost

soaking in

sun’s warmth

eyes now

off feet

looking forward

to be enlightened

but still

seemingly frightened

we must 

raise our 

heads

forgetting

the dread

finally to

listen and 

learn

from what

other’s

have said

ADDITIONAL READING:

POETRY
“DATING WHEN FIFTY-SOME:” A Guy’s Version
Bookshelves of Conscious
A FAT CAT AND A SAD DAD
Moose, Goose, Deer
Two Haikus: A Summer Day & Night Sky
QUINTESSENCE
A Beach Remembered
Regrets
Talents Forgotten
AFTER THE SCOTTISH GAMES AT LIGONIER
I BELIEVE GOD INVENTED DANCING
JASMINE & JEWEL — A DOVE STORY Part 1
THE WIND
CURLS AT TWELVE YEARS OLD
JOAN’S VICTORY RIDE
TO FEEL SAFE
MAGIC SHADOW-SHOW
SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL
A SONNET IS A POEM?
A Cry For Goodness
THE VIEWING
QUINTESSENCE

Jesus

The Life (and death) Cycle of the Ice Cream Soda

SITE LINKS:

www.beanerywriters.wordpress.com/

www.carolyncholland.wordpress.com

www.LVWonline.org

www.barbarapurbaugh.com

www.pennwriters.com

www.ellenspain.com

www.westmorelandphotographers.ning.com

www.ligonierliving.blogspot.com

http://www.methodists-care.org/

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