|Watch the Flowers Wilt and Fade
since 1999-05-26Posts 22612
Sisters of a gentle time
Rose and Daisy Kincaid
Sitting by the old bay window
Watch the flowers wilt and fade
They both loved the same man
A soldier gone off to fight
Both spend their lonely days
Waiting for dreams of the night
Neither knows the other
Had the same lover in her heart
Both lived in hopeful gardens
Of a love doomed to depart
Old and wrinkled now they sit
Smiling at memories of old
Their rockers keeping time to
A song of silver and gold
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since 2001-08-14Posts 35113
Ahhh this is so sentimental...I love it!
since 2000-01-03Posts 7855
Excellent writing again, Sharon. You have this richness about your words.
She said burn ... together.
since 2000-12-17Posts 32816
(smiles) YES!!! Oh Sharon, usually in triangles like this it can always be so messy and violent and the arguments would never settle, but despite the conflict I just love how these true sisters handled out their affections! (sigh) This is compassionately beautiful, sweet friend, I love it, we all love you so much! You have such a beautiful heart, sweet Sharon, thank you for sharing!
May love and light always shine upon you!
"Underneath your clothes there's an endless story..."
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