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myriad of wings in the sky,
home and home, gentle wings, gently fly
myriad of wings, I said I could not count
soaring up the gloomy eve, yes, I can now recount
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I have longed for the finality of today,
and it is sure the heart of may
the gracious month I first saw the ray
and the painful day,
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Cannon of times, men of war
fearless of worst, villains afar
commander's minutes, men loves charge
abhorrence of foes, Sally of savage
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I have waited hours of noon
only if I could know how soon
when my dark loving sky would come
may peace then reign in my home;
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It is all in the morning sun
yes. now, it is in the morning sun
that this serene view gladdens the day
gayly with its encircling rays,
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Up in the sky,
there my eyes lies
awaiting the reaper's reply
on my quest to die
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Good night my dear, it's time to sleep
now that you have fall off life's steep
weep no more for the reaper's deed
for the taker's work is his deed;
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The evening wings
flapped gently,
under our night
and the night
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These eyes you see,
have gone to sea
hoping to see,
what dwells undersea
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And silent I passed a lofty hall
where my shadow was standing tall
and beaming there shone from afar— a light
brighter ever than the morning light
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through the night I live on,
cheating slumber for my muse
through my leisure i brood,
deeply over my shaky life
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the sorrows of a pauper
bothers the wishful thinkers
in the hope of grace hereafter
but then, the paupers thinks the hereafter forever.
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13.

the night pass on,
welcoming the morning sun
the darkness vanished from the sky
the light wishing it a slow goodbye
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Take, take away your dreadful sight, death
And let me for my lovers fight
Remit awhile the harsh stare
And let not her hope become my fear
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15.

Slowly may my soul swiftly write,
My longings and all that my heart failed to fight
Gently may l quickly tell, you heart
Your deeds and how you have driven me apart
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one day I'll travel in the sky
like a star, like a star,
that mortals will see me no more
like before, like before
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VISITOR

Father, father if it is rude to say,
My pain and how it sways
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Gladden Scribbles Biography

My name is salimon pelumi. I am a poet and a verse actor)

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Wings In The Sky

myriad of wings in the sky,
home and home, gentle wings, gently fly
myriad of wings, I said I could not count
soaring up the gloomy eve, yes, I can now recount
the sky workers who depart in the morn,
heading toward destination known to no one;
and soaring home in legion toward eve
when I sit to chant the verse of eve;
but is theirs laborious or what can you say?
as strenuous seems men's work night and day
and did you ever thought of their plan?
or whether their labour was to gain
nests or things in men's Oblivion
when you see bats soaring forever on.

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There has never been a sweeter cadence more than the one that flows within our personal minds.

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