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Bide to abide in abode
by Harriet Oliver
You may bide to abide by your existing abode
when you're still learning & yearning to earn
gliding over glades of various workloads
in a brief sojourn in travelling yearn.

You may plant flowers in the garden beside
and as it were declare
that you saw a lone bird glide
wearing wings unaware.

You may have a vision in sight
slight raising your eyebrow
of a home enveloped in light
and being content even though

absence of treasures is no longer rich
and the lost sheep no more return,
the male dog's given up seeking a bitch
and the smoky ash has ceased to burn.

No more can lift a heavy weight
than create uproar 'bout unfair score
when finally locked is the gate
and there's no answer to knock on the door.

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