Michael Gale

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N'Ee'R To Leave Astray'Ed Of Heart. - Poem by Michael Gale

Moon-beamed bridges a'top stilled mirrored waters give forth
visions of romanced nights...
Heart felt laughter haunts all minds.

Chirping crickets hid by bladed grass...
Removes silenced noisey gas.

Cloudy visions of lonely beyonderings...
Gives out one lone felt ponderings.

Songs of the heart felt lone...
Moon lit shadowed shadowy and darkened shone.

A man and a woman in shadow's mist...
Long to bourne and loved won kissed.

Heartached no more saddened gleam...
Found fond of dream slept peace filled stream.

Two souls akin to love filled heart...
Love's own feelings of happy part.

Grinning ending to frown's own part...
Rebeat'th the beat of rythmic birth.

N'ee'r to leave astray'ed of heart.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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