Margaret S. "Penny" Wright
A Kimono For Her From Okinawa By Harry And &Quot;Penny&Quot; Wright (And Also To Walter Carl Brown And Dr. Everette Vernon Lewis) - Poem by Margaret S. "Penny" Wright
I felt you long to come to me, I saw a shadow pass
Across a jungle bush, and linger on the grass.
I felt a breath upon my cheek, a touch upon my hair.
What? Was it but my blood? -- No one else was there?
I heard no voice, I saw no face, -- and yet, I know you tried
To pierce the veil, and come to me, -- the moment that I died!
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