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Austere Lights

All the lights of life fall fading on the ground
unwashed by summer rain, unmelted by the snow
unfrozen by the winds and gales
unwarmed by souless joys.
all the lights of life are bleaching, roving pale
the empty meadows, the path of bloody moors
the trees with branches cracking
the lands of the wolves.
all the lights of life are crawling to the grave
crashing against the cruel hearts of stones

mesmerised by the wings of flies
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Monday, February 21, 2011
Topic(s) of this poem: heartache,loss,sadness
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Edward Kofi Louis 13 March 2016

Souless. Sadness! Thanks for sharing.

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