Ice Queen

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Ice Queen

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Ice Queen Ice Queen

Poem by: Byron Quinn

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Genre: Poetry

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A poem of the ice queen who mourns her lost love

Summary

A poem of the ice queen who mourns her lost love

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Submitted: January 22, 2007

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Submitted: January 22, 2007

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ICE QUEEN

She dances alone in the light of the moon
Where the silence soothes her heart
Where the cold night breeze falls so still
Where she carves the ice to art

With her fallen tears she formed the land
Where tonight she glides with grace
Where haunting dreams of yesteryear
Awaken memories time long erased

Where she was once the princess bride
With her lover close by her side
Where together they’d dance the night alive
Until that night where here he died

Still on she skates with heavy heart
Forever grieving this his grave
For even now that she’s past on
Her mournful heart no God can save


© Copyright 2016 Byron Quinn. All rights reserved.

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