Author Mark Heathcote – Enchanted Bridge


An enchanted bridge no longer has sides walled

Overgrown a part of nature a lingering link

Between more than two river banks galled

Being separated by the waters, like buttermilk.


One bank wooded the other a wild meadow

Are singing to each other eternally wooing

Come across and sojourns here a while – echo!

On the bridge, they meet honeymooning.


Reproducing wildflowers and pine cone trees

They’re like two heavens emerging lost in beguile.


The enchanted bridge is like a gaping smile

Reflected upwards from, the waters muddy lees

Ah, how it is that many opposites attract

And establish ways in which to interact.


© Mark Andrew Heathcote

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Excerpt from the book “In Perpetuity”

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About the Author

Mr. Mark Andrew Heathcote has been happily honing his writing skills for many years perfecting his poetry and sharing it on-line, through on-line poetry forums. He feels this book is the next best step in his creative endeavors.

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