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Turning to the Sunset (poem)

Updated on July 22, 2016

So funny now the day’s gone by

I sit beside my widow view

And all the flowers born anew

Within reflection there I sigh

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Once gallant knight a damsel woo

The dance that never had an end

A romance shared would never bend

The twilight’s mist the morning’s dew

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Such mem’ries force me to attend

The truth of things that we had done

A couple whom oft ballads song

And through it all you were my friend

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Of you I rise up to the sun

Another card still left to play

To take me back to yesterday

Just one more time perhaps then done

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The sun is ebbing past the day

I rise to find the reason why

Alone I go for you I try

I love you dear my acts will say

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I knew them and they passed this way

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      Marlene Bertrand 11 months ago from Northern California, USA

      Today's poem is so moving all I can do is sigh.

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