Saint Eule

Rookie - 10 Points (10/30/1955 / Shamokin, Pa)

The Widows Broom - Poem by Saint Eule

In a dusty room,
Once a lover nest,
Sat an old broom,
In a corner would rest.

Sweeping away tears,
Of the widows of war.
The lovers embrace,
Replaced by the whore.

The painful memory,
Of a groom that never returned.
In the stone is written,
Answers yet to be learned.

True love will never cease,
The nest, will only rest in peace.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 13, 2011


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