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Kay Sera Sera

Poetry By: SkarlettStone
Memoir


If you can believe it, inspired by a ciggaret


Submitted:Dec 8, 2010    Reads: 24    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


Rain Rain come today,

And spread deeper down my ashes,

Help me build the grass so green,

And let me nourish nature,

Show a tree, young at first

But growing older than I,

In life I lived among the evergreens,

And now in the end I am them.

Rain, rain, please dont stay

Shining sun down on my family,

In this day, mourn not for me,

But Marvel at new chances.

I was loved, dear shining star,

And had a man so Magic,

Sisters fair, and long brown hair,

That now becomes the grasses.

Feed the Fauna, Doe and babe,

Watch over them while passing,

Before long they'll be with me

And further feed the planet.

Rain, Rain, dont stay gone long,

Continue to bring plant life,

In the end bring his ashes to me,

And we'll grow on,

Together in life, in death ending never,

And complete our vows forever.





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