James Davies

Rookie (24th September 1987 / Royal Tunbridge Wells)

In Time Forgotten - Poem by James Davies

Tempus Memoriam
Of times that I remember such life
The seeds have been sown of
New generation reborn in this life

Temporalis memoriam de-venio nox
As we ingest ourselves in our guilt
As we love the light of today
But forget the sons lost in the night

Libre lux Memoriam
By my forces we know the dead gone
Lost unto the Gods, untold by Light
The shadows of our name enlightens

Glorior lux mortuus
In the hearts of many we sign our fate
Unto the passing of angels
From the misty depths

That old lie confirmed from poet long dead
From a war in life lost us much
Ducle est decorum est pro patri mori
As said in tales of old
Glorior Lux Mortuus
Temporalis Memoriam De-venio Nox
We must remember
Tempus Memoriam Glorior Mortus.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2005



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