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Sirena

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NEAR to the silver Trent
   SIRENA dwelleth;
She to whom Nature lent
   All that excelleth;
By which the Muses late
   And the neat Graces
Have for their greater state
   Taken their places;
Twisting an anadem
   Wherewith to crown her,

As it belong'd to them
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A poem that pours forth love, longing with sighs but alas! A love that cannot move or wake Sirena! Yet, the poet lets the swan sing to her and with their music bring her. A attractive style!

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Ivan Brooks 19 June 2017

Nicely written...Congrats Michael, your work deserves the poem of the day!

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Joshua Adeyemi 19 June 2017

Two lovers through explorations and adventure... Great work! ....Michael!

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Resh Kav 19 June 2017

Beautiful poem... Thank you for sharing with us

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Ratnakar Mandlik 19 June 2017

Excellent style of narration. A lovely poem.

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