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A Virgin Night

Rating: 5.0
When the moon shines over the park trees,
Travelling majesty in shadowy nights,
carressing the mid-summer's breeze delight,
Flirting fondly with a lonesome soul's flight
Breathing ryhmes, a poet shall dance to the rite;
Untill his soul, words, and the night whirl, alike.
Sunday, May 25, 2008
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Sabrina Rice 25 May 2008
This is absolutly gorgeous! It speaks to poets everywhere.
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i think all poets should read this beautiful piece.
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