Adrianne Quinlan Poems
- Suddenly When love suddenly dies Without reason or call, ...
- The Whipping Tree Grandfather had always been fond of ...
- A Heart's Plea A bit of sun-shine, I plea, To enter a ...
- Shock And Awe Vague, ethereal presence, Hiding gold at your...
- Mysterious Forces I often wonder If their touch is ...
- Tangible As we look out Over the quiet lake There is no ...
- Sun And Devine Death Winter's darkness Falls with my ...
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When love suddenly dies
Without reason or call,
Signs of silence break ties
Breaths no longer rise,
But forever fall.
Unrequited and forbidden,
Fades on one face,
Yet, on the other,
Free-flowing but hidden,
Flourishes without trace.
Carried on waves of radiant light,
Till by sheer will
Her life's force ignites,
Glows the brightest white,
Blows, and takes flight