Romeo And Juliet, Were Dumb To Do, 'Till Death, Will We Part? ' - Poem by Michael Gale
Ah yes-We do leave sweet sorrow behind if we end it all..
Does this make us seem so tall?
Do we need to take at hand? ...
Should we wear this wedding band?
Should we end it both together? ...
Can we stand this stormy weather?
Death cannot end it all...
Only give a long hard fall.
Of to life, we do not forestall.
As Umps in life we do not make good calls.
Do we tie up our kinky lover? ...
Do we watch and only hover?
Are you crazily still standing up above her? ...
Just cling to life, Go on and just love her!
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