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Eternal Flame
by Mark mark.wells21@btinternet.com

Friday, October 03, 2003

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ETERNAL FLAME


 


Enigmatic plight stems from my mouth,


Mislaid in hypnotic heavy showers.


Grappling olive stems with ease,


Kissing delicate flowers.


*


Carpet bloom spread as far as the eye,


Swaying dazzles the day.


Peace, heavens trembled,


From eccentric words of pray.


*


Headstone blurred a body appeared,


Surface crafted a beautiful head.


Hovering over off-colour flowers,


Smiling she slowly said.


*


I may be gone but a flame eternal,


Never forget thy charm.


Over the cloudless azure,


I am always sat in your palm.


*


Weeping headstone becomes one,


Blossom touching trenched words.


 Shedding no more tears for her,


I finally understood.


 


 


 


 


 


 

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