Eulah Proctor Stanley
The Last Recital - Poem by Eulah Proctor Stanley
Music singing and dancing
It's almost like a symphony
Waltz of the Flowers
Why go away forever
Stay one season more
I'll shield our memories with love
Joyful moments, treasured, I adore.
Times of happiness remembered
An island of caring we'd seek
No more splendor in the sun
Heaven is beyond the clouds so bleak
Together we built a castle
Surrounded by oceans of love
Knowing that time is descending
Look ahead! Look around! Look above!
The solar wind is still charging
Arcs, crowns, bands and rays.
I'll be alone to see
The Aurora's best display.
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