Randy McClave

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Abigail - Poem by Randy McClave

Abigail, dear sweet Abigail
How I wish our love it did not fail
Wished we had walked the very same trail
I wished that our love, did prevail.

Abigail, dear sweet Abigail
How I wished there was no farewell
Now I alone will remember our sad, sad tale
Love should have won, but it did fail.

Abigail, dear sweet Abigail
Our life was free and not for sale
Now my soul is lost and my heart is in jail
Into my coffin lid, I feel another nail.

Abigail, dear sweet Abigail
I remember your lifeless face of pale
Then your beauty was covered with a veil
You went to heaven, my life became hell.

Abigail, dear sweet Abigail
Upon a ship I will and must sail
To the ocean alone with the albatross and the whale
In solitude and depression, I alone will yell.

Abigail, dear sweet Abigail
A strong woman and a beautiful female
You devastated and inspired this one male
Abigail, my dear sweet Abigail.

Randy L. McClave

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 20, 2013

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