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Echoes in search of sweet Freedom
by JasMine KiaRa Snow
Monday, January 26, 2009
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Your last breaths ring a haunting within my desperate mind.

A poem for Lady Jane.

Farewell Sweet Jane & Guildford,
Your last breaths ring a haunting within my desperate mind. It was the power of each of your truths, the courage of both your hearts. It was the power of each of your stares, the way your eyes met with care. It was the touch from each of your love lavished upon one another. The promise to belong to each other forever; O' sweet echos in search of freedom it was unlimited it was infinite. And nothing could ever separate the two of you not even the marking in-conclusion to the end of both your lives. The threats against your human living flesh, the beheading of each causing your deaths, echos in search of freedom. It was not the physical plane that seemed so to matter anymore for your hearts were destined to be in search of one another, finally to meet engaging as one, O' sweet echos in search of freedom. Your words spoken soft, the last whispers of undying love that the both of you shared in the last days-- your last breaths ring a haunting within my desperate mind. I still hear the words that you spoke sweet Jane of the world where nothing was to exist. The invisible beauty to be nobody, to be nothing except each others forever, echoes in search of freedom. The bliss of the flight in action, the journey imagined to the kingdom in the skies where nobody could interfere with a love so pure, innocents so rare. "Don't cry for me, for us my darling" with tender compassion Jane stroked her husband's cheek. For it is you I love till the passing of eternal dawns as it will be you I will be with for eternity my love, my forever, even as they steal our vibrant breath of life our love will never die my dear Guildford. I strive to only once feel this love brush against my lonely hungry temple, to taste love the way only two people in love can share. Relishing in laughter of the flight rings a haunting in my desperate mind, in my world, in my time but will it occur before my time in this realm is up? Will I have the chance to taste upon my bland palate the experience of such a delicacy, a love so rare? A love with such depth such strength, such an incredible innocents, a deliverance of passion I have never met to be left warmed by. Oh, Lady Jane, sweet Jane may you and Guildford, handsome Guildford be rocked in the arms of silence. To hear only the heartbeat of your fantastic love, the echoes of freedom calling to the melody of wings passing. Passing in thunderous flight like ten thousand butterflies. As I look up into the blinding sky to see nothing to be nothing in the memory of the power of you and Guildford's love blinding me by sun. You've escaped in the echoes of freedom, sweet freedom. You've escaped to the invisible world where you are nothing and nobody except belonging to each other forever. Yes, forever sweet Jane, forever my lady. And as you stated on your last embrace to Guildford your words echoing sweet freedom so tenderly spoken, Lady Jane's voice is heard echoing through time as she says: "Dear Guildford the next time I see you your face shall be mine for eternity." Upon hearing sweet echoes to her dear Guildford, I held my breath, my tears exhausted still escaping down my cheeks my lower lip quivering, my heart ripping inside my chest. I was unable to hold back my heavy sobs for all the injustice done to you Lady Jane. To be loved by a love so fantastically rare this is my echoes in search of sweet freedom. Sweet Jane, I look forward to meeting you & your darling Guildford come the resurrection in the new earth under the new heavens.

Lady Jane Grey, her nine day reign Queen of England 1553 (October 1537 - February 12, 1554) Lady Jane Dudley - nine day Queen. (Echoes in Search of Sweet Freedom) is dedicated in memory of Lady Jane & Guildford. Lady Jane gave to her people by offering them protection from the ignorance of others selfish greed. She lovingly protected her people through giving to them full heartily freedom, education and comfort as equals.Before revoking her crown & sentencing her and her husband Guildford to death for high treason as history claims; Lady Jane reflected the true qualities of a gracious Queen towards her people. Lady Jane's audacious kindness for humanity and her solidarity of her faith was her foundation of solid strength. Jane along side her young husband stood out as a dynamic, youthful & vigorous couple. The dynamic duo-presence now a threat to the futuristic Queen Mary of England by their vibrant idealism they stood firm as a couple united. Queen Mary was the cousin of Lady Jane, as it was contemptuous Mary, who gathered her cavalry by screaming treason; clearing the way to claim the throne. To sweet Lady Jane & her Guildford's memory, your love for goodness and kindness for humanity will never be forgotten. your love for one another will be envied in a curious desire of attainment by others, including myself. Farewell sweet Jane & Guildford, may your invisible world be as grand & blissful as you both so spoke of. You were beautiful Jane, the way your young tender heart reached out in love to the ones in great need to be sheltered by your love. Sweet Jane you are a legend for the loyal love you held for your people & your faith in the way you stood strong & determined till the end. Lady Jane, your nine day reign as Queen of England has had a historical impact. The remembrance of your inner beauty lives on till this day. Fare-thee-well sweet Lady Jane, you are remembered & loved dearly as England's queen of hearts. Adieu sweet Lady rest in peace. ['Suffolk participated in Thomas Wyatt's rebellion, when Mary realized that Lady Jane Grey, alive, would be too tempting a focus for further rebellions. Lady Jane Grey and her young husband Guildford Dudley were executed on February 12, 1554.']

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Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 1/26/2009
How short their lives, yet how they each have impacted future lives, beautifully and engagingly written...

Be always safe,
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