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Poetry By: Corneilia

a "framed symbolism" piece that is far too personal to explain

Submitted:Jan 14, 2013    Reads: 6    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

a rose so sweet and pure,
white with eternal beauty,
one cannot taint nor obscure.

O' Ophelia!
Don't be so quick to fall in love;
guard your heart, your virtue's beauty,
lest it be discarded thereof!

my heart grieves as your petals fall,
slowly they wither..
minstrels sing of you day and night-
to thee, a beckoning call...


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