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Verily, verily I say upon the wind
My heart echoes with undying pain
As needles of tears truly unwind
Its throne upon my feebled cane

I can’t help as my tears entwined
Dungeon of sorrow with all its gain
... Keeping me till night only to define
Waiting, praying for her sweet refrain

Over and over, she always displays
Passion to flirt with other’s melody
Until she can’t longer resist the charm
The power, the love of someone arm.

Love may find its own way to conquer
Hatred for forgiveness to radiates its color
Yet she never let this be upon her heart
For she love more that someone’s art.

Yes, all may have its end in this life
Love sometimes is truly full of strife
Keeping lovers before as strangers
Unmindful that once, they’ re a part.

Submitted: Friday, May 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Melvin Banggollay

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