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October 2017 poem

richardmurray

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October

The saddest while honest commentary 

To modernity, is the plea to peace 

Treating it naturally while bloodshed get inhuman  

What history explain any gentle feel today 

And, I read many people speak to a better tomorrow, while never the content yesterday 

I oppose that dawn 

Unable to have patience to live 

Knowing my bloodline will get what I wanted 

Through a path I did not want, or had faith in 

But I learnt in patient time, a better tomorrow from a content yesterday 

When it is the care that is not forgotten first 

The Dawn Fall Rose know... 

A queen walked through a forest, outside her abode 

And in it found a Dawn Fall Rose 

It scent to her frilly thinges 

Tween the tiptoe-es from loveres new  

To the time travelling dreames from loveres mature  

When she got to the court, she had to reach 

That is another story, more laborious, not sweet 

She give the rose, to a fox, her son in fact 

Why on pawes, a later tell again 

...and the pawed prince, rose in mouth, head to his brother keep 

Once a castle to the king, now mere battlement 

The fox prince aside, the sleeping king, who fight the gold bone juggleres each night 

Thus his sleep each day 

The fox place the rose to his face 

And from love he wake in day 

A little care from yesterday made a gentle long way 

  

Audio ( https://www.spreaker.com/user/6716082/october-2017-poem )

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