Into Wayward Skies

Robins on the grass,
Shaded by the might oak,
The noble linden;
Might one grow wings:
To fly up high,
Away from the noise.
Fresh fallen autumn leaves,
They scrape against the ground,
Had once soared like dreams.
Both will shrivel and die,
Blowing into dust,
Into wayward skies.

Jackson Martin

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