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Weeping Willow

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Weeping Willow

I shall e’ermore weep for thee,
Under the melancholy willow tree.
Where emerald grass encases thou,
Spirited from matrimony’s eternal vow.

Thine eyes once forget-me-not blue,
Destiny took mine beloved true.
Benevolent angels, come shroud me,
Under the melancholy willow tree.

Next to mine cherished lover,
Beneath shelter of star's cover.
Thine soul adorns heaven's floor
Miles so vast to heaven's door

A river’s aria composes to me,
Mine heart yearns to shadow ye.
Heartless angels hath turned away,
Grief ridden, fervently I pray.
Please rent this tragic plight,

Bear me to his brilliant light.
I solemnly bid, shroud me,
Under the melancholy willow tree.
Farewell beckoning stars and moon,
At cascades crescendo, I pledge to the river’s tune.

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