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~pale Runner~ - Poem by Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun

Was it seen behind the green
her paleness did peek through,
And did the Dark tell his Lark
that moonbeams often do?

So she gazed into that place
from where she looked before...
Into she stared a bit too long
and vanished evermore.

And hense the Dark who lost his Lark
is looking still today,
For it's the sun and not the moon
who paled, then set away.
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version 2~ (7-18-2011)
Was she seen behind the green...
her paleness did peek through,
And did the Knight tell his Lark
that moonbeams often do?

Again he gazed upon that place
from where he looked before...
Unto he stared a bit too long,
then vanished evermore.

And hence the Lark who lost her Knight
is looking still today,
For it's the moon and not the sun
who took her night away. (still working on this)


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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 15, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, July 18, 2011


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