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Interlude XXXIV

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Sit with me and sip your tea
Warm and sweet like you seem to me,
Cast a glance of eye and I will try
To not to ask that terrible why.
Take this red rose to your nose
Smell the scent that beauty knows
Let it see the sights I see
Teach it from your own beauty.
Let us dine beneath moonshine
Your eyes alone will be my wine
Take my hand as we together stand
And go walk into the shadowed land.
Stroll with me let's go calmly
To face an uncertain reality.

Gloom

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Gloom

Somehow the tea takes the sting out the the uncertainty of a shadow I see at the end.  I guess that is part of the allure of the ritual of tea...it makes a dark day seem light.

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With faith I lay my hand in yours
Pulse quickens the quivering rose
Sweet tea sips cannot compare
To honeyed song your lips compose
Drink in the gentle care you see
In eyes that shine towards you
Wine and moonshine dazed it seems
From soft to midnight blue
Read the heart thatís offered here
No question need you ask of me
Who cares if this reality is naught
But the words of our poetry
 
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