My Spirit Ran Away | Early Poems - Poem by Anna Maria
Sadness pricked my heart
As I watched the bride and groom through my lens.
They exchanged vows of devotion beside the sea,
And I captured their memories.
Eyes filled with love, they united;
I turned towards the water and remembered my tears.
But then, I disappeared.
The setting sun had painted the ocean purple.
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