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death, loss, lost love, teen
I can still hear the song of the spring breeze...
About a love went wrong
When two hearts hid for so long...
Now I hear the requiem's gong
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
death, sad, war
Someone’s son buried alive.
Fighting wars evils contrive.
Mother’s joys cannot survive.
© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 26, 2010
Poetic form: Englyn
Poetic Form: Englyn Milwr (The Soldier’s Englyn) REFERENCES follow:
Lines: 3; Syllable count per line: 7,7,7; Rhyme pattern: A,A,A
death, faith, introspection, life
Do not go gentle into that good night.
Death is not a true win
unless He's taken your sin
and then true life can begin.
(Dylan Thomas' Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night)