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A Lie on the Stormy Sea: A Poem
Published on October 1, 2012 by guest author: Steve LeBlanc

Sleep till the dawn you’ve forgotten me
I’m almost, but not what I seem
Wait till the dawn then awaken me
Then I’ll be what you see in me

Sending a lie on a stormy sea
You’ll not be brought down by me

Sleep till the dawn unforgotten me
I drift where the weather’s wild
But storms cannot last and our days have passed
Now we rest where the wind is mild

Sending a lie on a stormy sea
You can’t know and won’t by me
Sending a lie on a stormy sea
You’ll not be brought down by me

Steve LeBlanc lives in Lebanon, N.H., with his wife, son and two cats. His many interests include philosophy, theater, music and writing.

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