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Michael Degenhardt

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Left to Die
by Michael Degenhardt

Thursday, July 09, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I thought t’was there just yesterday

But nay, I see it not

The sun has gone, it’s disappeared

As now I feel distraught

 

My working eyes, they dare not seek

To find one to replace

For the sun that melted my cold heart

Shines not upon my face

 

My lips, that with my tongue, so sang

Are deplete of lovely tune

The sun has gone for all my days

And with it, went the moon

 

Alas, this darkness, that now enshrouds

It blankets with a grip

I’ll miss my sun and midnight moon

As I slumber in this crypt

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/23/2009
I appreciate the attention to rhyme and rhythm in this piece. It has a classical tone to it. Meaningful. Thank you for sharing, Michael. Love and peace,

Regis



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