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James A. Emanuel - Wishes, For Alix

Always searching, may you find;
if you run-down,
may you wind;
every year
may you grow
reaping only
what you sow
sowing only in the seed
what will ripen into need
what will sweeten to the touch
seeming little, being much.

May your playmates be a song,
may your friends just skip along
laughing you into their game
letting you remain the same
in their hearts and on their lips
even when their fingertips
have to let you go your way—
glad they saw Alix today.


 

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Poet: James A. Emanuel
Poem: Wishes, For Alix
Volume: Whole Grain: Collected Poems, 1958-1989
Year: Published/Written in 1991
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