breeze blows

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic


just a poem for critics to comment

Submitted: April 25, 2018

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The cold breeze blows,
Chills, from neck to bone,
I saw you standing near,
Shimmering, shining, moons delight.
And there was warmth, Heart and mind alike.

Waters edge, she simply says,
Hold my hand and together we’ll stand
Moonlit moments, Forever in minds eye,
By and By, Spring is ny,
Our time is almost at an end.

The cold breeze blows.

We can freeze always this fable,
In this grove if I am able.
Simply done for we are young,
A chance for our song yet sung.

Wish upon a star,
That we would never part.
Sunrises and you to vapor,
This time I thought I’d saved her….

The cold breeze blows….


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