Dust, a poem written by Sandy Rochelle at Spillwords.com
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Dust

Dust

written by: Sandy Rochelle

 

As the boat small but brave drives me to you in the teaming rain.
I shall arrive at the shore and love you always.
I may be thought and viewed as not of this rational world of ordinary successes.
I shall love you still and forever.
Not to be deterred by soundless voices.
You are the universe in all its wisdom.
You give breath in a breathless world.
I shall love you until all is dust.

Sandy Rochelle

Sandy Rochelle

Sandy Rochelle is an award winning poet-actress and filmmaker. Her poems have appeared in: Visions International, Writing in a Woman's Voice, Ekphrastic Review, Backchannel Journal, Every Day Writer, Wild Word, Impspired, Amethyst Review, Moon Shadow Sanctuary Press, Finishing Line Press and others. She is the recipient of the Autism Society of America's Literary Achievement Award -as her son, David, is autistic and deaf. Her Documentary film: Silent Journey is streaming on Culture Unplugged.
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