The Bubbling Brook
by Randal A. Burd, Jr.
Wednesday, December 04, 2002
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The bubbling brook flows softly, gently,
Into the rapid, rushing stream
Which flows on swiftly, soundly forward,
Not pausing once to stop and dream.
It flows unceasing, swiftly onward,
To now regain time long since spent,
That it spent dreaming, hoping, wishing,
As a brook that softly, gently went.
Copyright © 1997 by Randal A. Burd, Jr.
Publications: Scarborough, ME: The Candlelight Poetry Journal, Summer 1998; Malabar, FL: Best Short Poems of 1999, J. Mark Press, 2000
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|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|It did flow well in keeping with the subject ... the bubbling brook. Hope to read more of your work here at AD.
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
|Beautiful imagery, my friend.
I could see in my mind, the
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Nice short piece of peace.|