Don’t Forget Us

Whispering through the trees
I hear the sound of voices,
Telling tales my ancestors told
Long ago.

They lived,
Worked,
Played,
And died here in these woods.
And they still live,
Through me,Every time I make my way home from the city.
This poem © Kevin Walker. Published Apr. 2012.

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