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In The Chill Of The Night
 
Under the blazing Summer sun, we sizzled-

As Fireworks, on the Fourth of July-

But by Fall with the turning of the leaves-

I could see indifference in your blue eyes...



Holding on to you, e'er so tightly-

All through Autumns burnished russet glow-

'Twas desperate to keep you as mine only-

For, i could not bear to e'er let you go...



But here we are in the icy chill of Winter-

Beneath Winter snows-

Lying and dying from hypothermia-

With a love, that no longer grows...


There was so much I wanted to say-

Back in the day, when our melodic love did sing-

But somehow, the harmonious words never returned-

Alas, 'tis the death of us, come the Spring...






All Stars

Beneath Winter Snows

Host: William Lamesbull

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By Theodora Onken

© 2017 Theodora Onken (All rights reserved)

 

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