I Put You On A Pedestal - Poem by Patti Masterman
I put you on a pedestal
And painted you, in stars;
A sun and moon,
Each side, your throne
Midst golden fields, of flowers.
Then graved your name, in stele
A foot high, chiseled there;
Alas, for all my troubles-
Your thoughts are not so rare.
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