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Author Name: FreeJam 0 Comments
Date Added: May 05, 2004 15:05:56 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Heavenward
I see angels fall, spread their wings,
And leave only white shadows.
I see the wind catch fire,
Scorching white curves into the sky.
I see great white dragons
Pouring forth their alabaster breath.
I see this all from a glimpse,
I wish I was up there.
Author's Notes:
The sky, day or night, is for me the most beautiful sight in nature.
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