Nancy Winter Miranda
The Veil - Poem by Nancy Winter Miranda
Deep within the realm of fear...
lies a great vast reef of infinite depth.
A place where loneliness abides within...
where tortured pain is writhed within the fear.
The edges, now tattered and torn,
need time to heal and mend.
Else, the thin veil between what is real
and what is imagined....
will all but be gone.
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