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Ursula De La Mer

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I Know Why


In the golden light
Of unurtured winter
We'll walk home
Leaves beneath, canvas soles.
And our hands tucked away
The sun, in a clear winter
Is forgiving, but still
We're frozen soon, in our youth
To be awakened
By summer's kiss.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 09, 2009

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