Round and Round

He is there in the east.
He is there, he’s rising.
He is there in the mist;
He is there, appearing.
He is there on the roof;
He is there, not aloof.

He is there, overhead.
He is there in the rain,
He is there as we wed;
He is there, shines on grain.
He is there, warming us.
He is there, with the mass.

He is there in their hearts.
He is there in my art.
He is there since the start.

He is there in the sea,
He is there in the waves,
He is there in my dreams,
He is there and he saves.
He is there, everywhere.
He is there, he ain’t there.

 

 

Note: The poem above is in response to the post in the NaPoWriMo website titled, “Day 25.” The optional poetry prompt for us is to write a poem that uses anaphora. I did not try to learn how far it can go as suggested in the NaPoWriMo website, but it reached the usual length of my poetry.

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