Poems and Poetry

Discarded | A Poem by Danny Faragher

A maple chair
lies abandoned
by the curbside

tilting in the rain.
Its two good legs
dig into the mud

like a wounded man
struggling to rise
it longs to be upright

it was once the backbone
of hearth and home
now it sits forgotten
discarded as trash.

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