dull and hapless

Hapless poem by steven james humphreys

I got lost within the arms of trees and found myself well again warmed in their leafy clenches you can weep there and are understood it is there you are required to be your worst self free of criticism and ridicule leave living an ordinary life to the dull and hapless for I'd rather be … Continue reading dull and hapless


haply, poetry, steven humpheys, god, death

Hapless we are surviving life daily haply bathed in dew covered lawns at all wonder tide at noon babbling brook yonder up hills in recompense souls sincerely trembling fathers wandering rogue eloquent gladness and musings shall fill our breathless natural prisoner freed in outlash to open cloudless skies