Candle In The Wind - Poem by martin liprini
There's a candle in my window,
I don't know who it's for,
but with the way things are right now,
I think I might need more!
I didn't want to do it,
was forced to cast away,
the one who lured my heart,
but albiet made it fray.
But no, just wait!
times' aiding breeze occurs
My candle starts to flicker
As forgotton memory stirs...
A saccharine dropp from the ocean,
springs out and lands on me,
I am spite lonesome toil deserving,
thou tastiest fish of the sea.
The sun peers through the clouds,
the thunder ceases to roar,
a ray of golden sunshine
picks me from the floor.
My candle and I endured a storm,
though one is now alight.
'cause with the one that I so love
my days are much more bright.
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