when fades happily ever after

do not fix our gaze upon the east
where labour's whispers won't have ceased
now creaking joints approach a feast
lights are dimming and brows are creased

on glistering thresholds, above a stream
of well wishers spying on secret dream
those sun-kissed fields rejoice and beam
restores a sparkle of long lost gleam

while dust in dust the earth forget
engrave on silver-winged regret




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Poetry by arquious
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Written on 2015-11-28 at 05:17

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You write a poem in deep and formal words. A wish, a desire for peace and love.
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