Posted by: nuweiba | May 7, 2008

the sinai desert

Send me to the desert
I am a rebellious child
My clothes won’t rot
I’ll be fed every day
I will spend my time
wandering
through arid sunsets
and craggy, windswept wild.

The wind will blow into my ears
Your promises
curses
and secrets.

Was this supposed to be a punishment?

out of :

The Legend of Berkley

A poem a day for a year. Dealing with nature, materialism, and adventure, these verses will bring you true happiness.

Berkley Pullman, WA
Just a kid out for adventure of the literary, vertical, and educational persuasion.

 

http://thelegendofberkley.blogspot.com/2008/05/desert-of-sinai.html

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