The Works of Mark EdgemonAlone In a Crowded Stream
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Mark Edgemon has been writing for 30 years. He writes and publishes short stories, articles, poetry and scripts, as well as, produces audio comedy productions for over 700 radio stations nationwide.

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Alone In a Crowded Stream

The driftwood floats, down toward the rocky slopes
Without a care in the world.

"I can't be bothered by these jagged rocks now,
In this cool water where I enjoy my ride.

Besides, there's still time to turn this around,
If I could just go against the tide.

What a life this is being driftwood,
Where I go next is anybody's guess.

So I smile like nothing's the matter,
Not knowing how to get out of this mess."

But the rapids are swift as I look toward the cliff.
Disbelief is the state I am in.

With no means of stopping, no place to get off,
I ask for a miracle I don't deserve.

Then in the silence, alone in the stream,
There is hope just around the corner.

Copyright 2009 Marla Deaton

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