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By npille on 02/01/2009
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How swift the flowing of the time we spent
how passing slow the present hours creep.
To alter time and fate was our intent
to taste the fruits of life and never sleep
to languor through the night with lovers’ need
symphonic music clashing in the skies
to speak of this one’s acts and that one’s creed
before cruel life revealed its clever lies.
I lost my place of favor to the grape
and with your thirst my life began to move
to whomsoever promised my escape,
to any vanity it might behoove.
Now you lie in sleep to never stir.
And I … I wonder if you ever were.

© By npille On 2/1/2009 4:07:37 PM
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