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Author Name: FreeTagen_Lily 1 Comments
Date Added: January 05, 2018 13:01:50 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: EMO Add To Favorites | Text Only
Wrestling with Stars

so encloaked,
so enshrouded,
a mist covers the moon.

and I laugh,
​remembering a riddled tune.

afar, atop
​misted pines
​and darker dredges,
I cry
​and cry
​over her wretched tomb,

​it's hedges
​feathering me, too.

so I fly,
​and wolves cry,

to my own eternal doom

Author's Notes:
the moon
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Comment By: FreeLinda Jo on January 9, 2018 06:40:57 PM Report
you have captured the mood of the night...a feeling of grief and mourning so deep it smothers hope. Interesting how the moon pictures sorrow in this poem.


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