Tue 14 Nov, 2017 07:59:46 EAT
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Like the morning dew,
It was you that I never knew
When you'd come.
But somehow you always coated the grass in my farm.
Sparkle, you'd cause me to - in the beauty of the sun up.
Among the things I ever doubted
Was a vacuum of your existence
In the autumn of my heart's presence.
He plucked you from the stalk of my commitment
And robbed my orchard, of its stock.
He ripped off the peels of my bewildered excitement
And left me with the bitter pills to swallow.
Squeezed out my juice of contentment
Boldly spluttered it all on my green face.
Like an ocean wave,
It was you that I never knew what from your voyage for me you'd save
When you crash by my shores.
But somehow you always brought me a pearl - perfect without any flaws.
Only until the other day
The wave swept, the castle I had built away.
It was a battle of the heart - I lost
That made me claim the herd of cattle in your father's hut.
The cost of what you caused.
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