Earl Spencer

The Lady In Grey - Poem by Earl Spencer

On this road, I did meet,
In the wee hours, a lady,
frail and petit.

I spoke to her softly,
and bid her good day.

This little old lady,
all dressed in grey.

Just a slight nod, was her
greeting you see,
as she continued her walk,
up the hill past me.

I had to know, on this very night,
why this lady in grey, gave me
such a fright.

I turned my head quickly,
to ask her, her name
but gone was the lady,
I had met in the rain.

This story you see, really is
fore I met her that morning,
around the hour of two.

The lady in grey, was Mrs.
Metler, you see,
a lady from a time, long
before you and me.

Dec.01 2012

Poet's Notes about The Poem

this poem is taken from an actual encounter in 1996

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 1, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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