Never Love As Robins Do - Poem by Lazarus Knix
Never love as Robins do-
Fleeing from the frost.
When Oaks are jade, remain with you
In winter they are lost.
For love is not eternal spring
gilded in the past
A surface dwindles down, away-
It's beauty never lasts.
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