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
Excerpt from the book “In Perpetuity”
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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