From the Heights to Enchanted Places

From the Heights to Enchanted Places The poetry of John Rice explores the realm of imagination of fantasy and of life He speaks from his heart to the heart of the reader His poem Tomorrow s Dream is an example of the depth to which h

  • Title: From the Heights to Enchanted Places
  • Author: John William Rice
  • ISBN: 9781936021024
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • The poetry of John Rice explores the realm of imagination, of fantasy, and of life He speaks from his heart to the heart of the reader His poem, Tomorrow s Dream, is an example of the depth to which his poetry delves Stone cold and gray the newborn day Children have no place to play No parks no fields of green No bubbling brook, no fish filled stream All that is leftThe poetry of John Rice explores the realm of imagination, of fantasy, and of life He speaks from his heart to the heart of the reader His poem, Tomorrow s Dream, is an example of the depth to which his poetry delves Stone cold and gray the newborn day Children have no place to play No parks no fields of green No bubbling brook, no fish filled stream All that is left is brick and glass And dreary, dark, smoke filled sky No wonder children just stand and cry In their minds, do they wonder why This is our legacy of greed Our all, consuming need To rape and pillage our mother earth To take from her anything of worth, There are no growing trees No place, for children, to swing up high No singing birds fill the morning sky No wonder, children just stand and cry In their minds do they wonder why We do not see this, as we sleep In our graves, so cold and deep, We do not see the smoke filled sky We do not hear our children cry But this matters not, for they too shall die All that will be left is brick and glass And dreary, dark, smoke filled sky No wonder the children, just stand and cry In their minds, do they wonder why A must have for any serious poetry collection.

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