Kome Gohan

Rookie (04-09-1998)

Fare-Thee-Well My Dear


I hear the winds blow leaves by
They strike and tease my skin
The pain in my heart growing more
The struggling leaves come in

The clouds I see, the horizon above
The drizzling sound I hear
The breath of rain overcoming me
Our relationship I deared

But it's over now, I dropped the rose
To my inner self I've slammed the door
A harder crowbrar, thou art use
Thy flattery won't do anymore

I glance at the flash of lightening
But now I must not fear
I surrender and leave my heart with you
As I say fare-thee-well my dear

Submitted: Sunday, April 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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