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The Veil

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lenny
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0 posted 07-16-99 09:13 AM       View Profile for lenny   Email lenny   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for lenny

Dressed as breeze She comes
Melancholy, soft, distant
Whispering
Of Her home far away.
Garbed in river She softly sings
A familiar, unknown tune
In sunlit robes She dazzles
Forcing closed open eyes to increase their vision.
Swaying
In gowns of sycamore Her slender limbs stand
Gracefully revealed, reaching
Always heavenward.
Her mossy slippers bespeak Her humility
And Her veil. Oh! Her veil.
It rends the heart
Why One so finely dressed
So high of estate
Always calling for attention
Why???
Must She choose to wear so thick a veil...
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1 posted 07-16-99 11:42 AM       View Profile for Gentle Soul   Email Gentle Soul   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Gentle Soul

nice! I like it..

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