The Lovers-A Poem

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The Lovers


Two lovers meet in partnership

Surrounded in darkness she has wept

He wipes her tears, comforts her pain

But still they drown with in the rain

Turmoil and war works at their hearts

Trying to rip their new love apart.

Still they meet up each day

In the most secretive of ways.

Underneath the ancient oak tree

They make love, he tied to she.

Entwined in each others arms

She has fallen in love with his charms

He has drowned inside her bright green eyes

Those eyes that had known so many cries.

Together they want to end each others heartache

Be together forever but there is so much at stake.

Their families don't get along

Their love is said to be wrong.

Death upon his white horse came

Taking both lovers, what a shame.

Tis what they believed they had to do

To be together, for love so true.

And their families then realized how wrong they had been

But far too late the lovers had met their end.

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kittythedreamer 4 years ago from the Ether

This was captivating. Thanks for sharing.


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Cresentmoon2007 4 years ago from Caledonia, MI Author

Tank you kitty

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