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Now Lost in Time

Updated on January 24, 2016
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Now Lost in Time by Diana Pierce

There once was a castle,

Neglected from care,

It reeked with ammonia,

Was left in despair,

No carriage will park,

Out front any more,

The visitors there,

They walk on all fours.

Rough weather intakes,

A shingle or door,

No care is given,

Not there anymore.

Through the decades,

Now lost in time,

Hides history’s past,

As well as its crimes.

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      Diana L Pierce 21 months ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thanks, Jodah. I could have ran a little more with this one.

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      John Hansen 21 months ago from Queensland Australia

      It leaves one wondering what history and crimes are hidden within the castle's decaying walls. Good poem.