Michael Gale

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Cash-The Man In Black-Will Never Be Back. Poem by Michael Gale


Verily in this life, i walked the line...
My name was Cash 'The Man In Black'.
This boy named Sue...
How do you do?
My time on this world stage is now over...
My shinning star is now unlit forever more.
This paragon of light has had it's brightness-enough-Extinguished.
My loving June had passed before my time...
My love of her has called me back, to her own 'Heavenly Home'.
At last! ...
We both are togetherly passed.
That last ring of fire, had us clap to life's bell...
Never more, to ring again.
God's freedom had closed our eyelids shut...
To never more, ever flutter with a sparkled wave.
Our combined love, helped us cross that death's threshhold's steps fallen stoop.
Our final love has given us a final rested, peaceful loop.

Submitted: Saturday, June 3, 2006

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  • Rookie Esther Leclerc (6/3/2006 8:57:00 PM)

    Way back, before I could tolerate country music (like it pretty well now) , I loved this love story. Nice tribute. (Report) Reply

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