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misanthropic trepidation gregarious

Poetry By: firephoenix
Song lyrics



symphonic poem


Submitted:Sep 13, 2011    Reads: 19    Comments: 4    Likes: 1   


a chime beyond the castle walls

the church bell gnell grearious

arranged but broken marraige vows,

maidens gather with their shawls

in trepidation she finds helarious

with flowers flowers in her hair

swords to her cannot compare

denying all who meet her there.

she loves the lilies soft and light

and maidens fancy dressed in white

she vows no man will ever bed her

in search of softer secret of the hour

desguised in linens he has bound her

picking forceful her sacred power

she sounds a sirens sound to flight-

for she has vowed to mend her flower

within the arms of only maidens power.





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