Stuart Dale Stringer
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Stuart Dale Stringer Poems
Quickly come to midnights’ song and run the path to redeeming dawn. To know the feeling deep inside that leads us to this raising tide.
How I ask for what is right. Prayer of silence for this night.
Long the night and day of time running as my mind. Flesh and bone to grow then feel the thinning of the line.
Gray eminence on the shores of hearts hidden place. Waves flowing like spring waters quenching thirst.
The Flight Stuart Dale Stringer
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Midnights’ Song Page I (The Lyrics Of A Mad Man) AKA Stuart Dale Stringer
Quickly come to midnights’ song and run the path to redeeming dawn.
To know the feeling deep inside that leads us to this raising tide.
Yes, pray the song of deep despair will never have to take you there.
True love for you is not my own as beauty such is not mans tome.
Quickly come to midnights’ song and stay with me the night is long.
The dark and light an endless flight that twist the soul into this plight.
Now dream a tale of ravens flight with wings of black into the night.