Love And Death - Poem by James McLain
We shall rise, I soon forget, as the sun
begin's to set, the moon is brighter yet.
Our fights we had,
combat beset the cause of hotter night's.
Shall we begin to rise to soon from sleep
forgetting all our dream's.
One promise made I cannot keep, along that
Our love as one,
can spin around so long in slumber I
Can deeply sleep.
No word's or thought's, heroic deeds to feed
our fear of death.
We two as one together shall, sail forth into
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