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At A Life's End

Rating: 2.9

COME here, rekindle the old fire,
This last night leave no lamp unlit!
In later days we twain shall sit,
Remembering the joys of it,--
The warmth and sweetness of desire.

Here, ere we part, again live o'er
The way we went,--the hour,--the kiss;
Let Love with magic hand of his
Rebuild the mirage of our bliss

In desert days that wend before.
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* Sunprincess * 04 June 2014

...........a haunting write...so beautifully written...

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Michael Gale 14 September 2006

Ah yes-These verbaged words are pleasent to ear... Of poetic master to reader's heart and brain does their full meaning well appear. So enduring to heart and mind.... Poetical treasures to read and find. Appreciated taste's does to all well matter... Tis' heart felt imagery bought of ripened talent. Be it ever so gallant to gratuitous gather... This poem has earmarks of a talented old schooled master. Loved it's workage and smooth flow. Easily a ten. God bless all poets-MJG.

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