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Love Forlorn (standard:poetry, 80 words)
Author: Reid LaurenceAdded: Sep 07 2012Views/Reads: 1258/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Lost love... whose fault was it?
 



The sea and mist 

Have lightly kissed 

The shore again 

And all points when 

I take my bow 

To heed the stern 

The sea again 

By ocean yearn 

And rain my face 

In transient place 

To sea again 

An algae lace 

I turn to see 

The rain is gone 

Forever now 

My love forlorn 

She tells me not 

Like storm before 

When we began 

Or when it tore 

Surprise to me 

Upon its end 

Do I refresh 

Or never mend


   


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