Black Diamonds For Dead Gypsys [dark][death] Poem by R.K. Cowles

R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york

Black Diamonds For Dead Gypsys [dark][death]



A generated glow from the sun
And a cascade of rain
Illuminating an arc of brilliant colors
Throughout the universe
Appearing is the bridge of the holy spirit
At one tail of the variegated bow
You'll discover its purse

Mirror its love down upon
A gypsy once his death
His diamonds of ebony
Will polish into gold

Maybe he can't touch it
But he can feel its presence
Once it has blessed
his weary, agonizing soul
Tears of soothing rain
Salves inside where it has bled
At the conclusion of the fierce storm
Where it has pled

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem appears in 'Tints, Tones and Hues Volume II' at lulu.com and my first poetry book from writings jr. high and high scholl days on RoseDog Books. A poem was suppose to be in a musical but never was created.
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R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york
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