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The Harvest
by Tim A Kester

Tuesday, November 12, 2002

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The Harvest

I walk upon a luscious land ripe with fruit
This land has beckoned me to taste this heavenly nectar
I have fed lustily upon this sweet fruit
Nectar that the gods have blessed with sweetness
I was engulfed in this first harvesting of the fruit
Dreams of many harvests to come were delirious
Visions to my eyes
Shortly after the first harvest
Circumstances changed the landscape
Blocking the land from me
Upon the following year I returned for more fruit
But it has bittered, no longer sweet as honey
For the land is nurtured by another
I no longer have right of passage
How could I bear to see another harvest this fruit
When I know the wondrous taste it beholds
My envy keeps me from seeking out new fruit
My dreams of harvesting when the land beckons me back
Has starved my soul
If I continue I will surely die
So I will travel alone
Far from the sight of a land so dear to me

TKester 11/12/02

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Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 11/12/2002
As Neil Young sang, I could hear them Thrashers coming.
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