Article Title:Three poems by Leonard Foote
Category:NZ Writing
Author or Credit:Leonard Foote
Published on:30th July 2006 - 11:03 pm
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Story ID:4702
Text:A Wild Windy Night Walking home at night A wild wind was blowing Coloured lights everywhere As the moon shines above My mind open to the wind Feeling freely flowing I can hear the trees Rustling leaves busily talking Rushing from head to toe My soul expands ever outward With my body ready to take fly The unseen and I are one on A wild windy night Hearts Desire On a strong foundation A life's work is building Slowly, steadily getting it right From a holding of hands To seeing a sunrise together forever the final prize Shey "A" Chen Man child or woman child In today's worldly form MAle or female doesn't matter Just like everyone else Our souls cry out One who loves one like one's self A Shey"a"chen is born welcomes short-format writing based on the joy of being gay or lesbian, whether it be verse, essays, anecdotes or personal insights. The format is not important, the joy is. Email your contributions to us, acknowledging that copyright beyond the environment of remains with the author, that the work is original, and that is authorised to publish it.     Leonard Foote - 30th July 2006
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