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Canyon (A Poem About Discipline)

Canyon (A Poem About Discipline) April 23, 2020

I can choose
which way
My river flows.

Not every song
Obliges me;
Not every flower
Requires a photograph.

There is beauty
In the delta;
Indecision rich
Without boundaries.

But I can be a canyon
Where water whispers
Deep into rock for
Eons and travelers
Know it is too holy
For cameras here.

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