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EntrenchmentsSomeday, we will come backWhen you walk among your fieldsThat lay peaceful in the pink sunsetYou will remember the bloodAnd we will be here once moreWhen the noonday sunSpecks the silent plow with diamondsYou shall think of bayonetsAnd screams that tore as they fellWhen your children run among the grassesShining ethereal in the twilightYou shall think of ghostsAnd of ghost children that never wereThe world has forgotten usThe earth will not forgetIn our memory, is our revenge
Ode. IDear,I would have loved you butThe sky was so bright todayThe light so bare and emptyThat my world, of sidewalks and cypress trees,Was all a vast frontierI would have loved you butI remembered a duskSettled in the midst of the orange grovesWhere the thick air sang of cricketsAnd the creaks of screen doors spoke of homeI would have loved you butA child smiled todayHolding the hand of his grandmotherUnconsciously happy, both of themThey were my RaphaelDear,I would have loved you butI gave my love to momentsOf quiet sunlight, shining of stillnessI gave it to the stranger with a Scotty dogBecause his plaid coat glimmered of an ideal
Devoted DevotedI'm as loyal to you as a dog to a masterI will lay my life on the line for you with just a parting of your lipsI'll give you the world if it meant seeing that smile that lights brighter then the moonSeeing those eyes that compliments everything you wearYou see I am as devoted to you as a Saint to a ChurchAs a Snake to the GroundOr as a loverNo not lover because i know all the devotion i have for you will be wastedThe feeling of my existence fading and the sound of my heart breakingDoes not compare to the beating of your heartThe scent of your clothes or the feel of your long straight h
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