Rhiannon blackbird

Rookie - 2 Points (October 1,1998)

Departure - Poem by Rhiannon blackbird

I can't say we'll run away,
and see a brighter kind of day,
lacking peril and despare,

but if we're forced to part,
forget me dont you dare,
i'll love you till i stare,

at only the darkness in the air,
and when lonleliness is something,
i can no longer bare,

call upon you shall i,
to once more bring forth,
that twinkle in my eye,

for your arms are like my castle,
and your heart is as my sky.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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