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Lovers’ Fog (poem)

Updated on June 5, 2015

A fog filled day which brought the lovers here

To sing again their song of evermore

And how the world enchained the height they soar

Its shadow loomed on all which they held dear

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Was here they vowed to turn their love to lore

One act resolved to make their feelings clear

For lovers’ hearts what action was too shear

So to their end they knocked on death’s dark door

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A gun to ever from his pocket drew

As she cried out to be the first to go

With gun to head one bullet and she dies

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Before him how unreal the real then flew

In pool of blood laid person he loved so

Each droplet bears the bitter truth he cries

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      The Examiner-1 2 years ago

      Ooh. I hope that he joined her. Staring at your favorite love while you live on - it is not right. Usually they both do it.

      I voted up, shared and pined it.

      Kevin

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      Lee Cloak 2 years ago

      A great really dramatic, beautiful poem, 'To sing again their song of evermore' full of amazing thought provoking lines, great to read, voted up, Lee