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Pantheon
 
a smile, lays dead upon the lips
and eyes, moon bright, now eclipse

breath's sigh, on wind, doth fly away
as alabaster turns to gray

in shades of silence, sweet hush of night
moon's luster hidden, nor stars shine bright

the lungs of earth, exhale the day
as wisps of mist, obscure nights way

cold finger tips, of dew doth raise
and nestle deep, in chiseled eyes

till tears of night, flow free again
as if the gods
would
cry
for
men

By seelie

© 2017 seelie (All rights reserved)

 

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