Street Refugee by Justin R. Hart

We pass by,

avoiding street refugees,

carefully on tip-toes,

for they might

nip like dogs

at the feat

of our souls.

We wash our hands clean,

disinfecting the reach

of their festering fugitive shadows;

for fear

they might

bite the hand

that feeds them.

Yet, still they leave

a residue and film

at Eleven.

 

© Justin R. Hart

The Dawn of Pondering Passions

Excerpt from the book The Dawn of Pondering Passions

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Justin HartAbout the Author

As a child, poetry gave Justin Hart his voice. Since then, he developed his style, enveloping traditional symbolism, using nature to relate possibilities deeper than the literal level, offering more than imaginative stories to relay desire, belief, and purpose.

Some of Justin’s early inspirations came from the naturally simplistic, yet symbolic writings of Robert Frost, along with the depth of Khalil Gibran and with the wisdom of the woods through Henry David Thoreau. Ultimately, Justin is inspired by the Eternal Light around us. Many of his poems have been created through channeling this Divine Energy.

Visit Justin’s Author Page At www.ctupublishinggroup.com/justin-r.-hart.html



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