Poetic Fragments


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Poetic Fragments

 

mossy tombstones

tilted in the graveyard

with names and dates

of long ago

yesteryear

finding

the eyes of

today

 

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The Inspiration came from a friend from the UK’s Pics(Thanks Ian H!!)

Poetic Inscription upon the children’s tombstone:

‘Our Sun is in the morning set,

‘Our days have been but few

Let not your cheeks for us to be wet

Nor tears your face bedew’

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