Margaret V. Harold

(Columbus, Ohio)

La Doncella - Poem by Margaret V. Harold

An ageless glow surrounds her
and all suffuses who wait
Great energy and power
From her do emanate.
Dreams become reality
Although not without much change
Of risks there is no paucity
And a star is in her range
The star is firmly fixed
To glow in her tiara.
Ah, viva la doncella.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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