Thou Seek No Memories. - Poem by hazel jackson
Thou shall seek true loves fate
Lose thou love against cruelty and the
Spell shall break.
I search for thou love everywhere
For I am true loves despair, shattered glass
Upon thou floor, I dare not to open
Slowly I leave my home thou
Dreadful hatred be gone.
Thou know not of a song to play
Following this dreadful day.
Thou die without love in hand?
I'll be better off in another land.
No memories for thou self to be shown
thou take its last breath and be gone.
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