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Shall I tell

Shall I tell of listless breeze
that swagger carelessly in morrows trees
shall I tell light not to appear
thine eye is single to fitful sneer
shall I open portal's bow
resist calamity here and now
shall I tell what prospers delight
galbraith layer scornful fright
twilight gloom's the abyss forlorn
ripped down the middle of meddlesome scorn
mock me not shall I tell thee why
closer foundling quietness is nigh
unspoken shame came a knocking wild
shall I tell thee chosen child
hope obscure dream like state
shake me wake me from this fate
shall I tell thee what thou know
pestilence horrors drifts of snow
shall I tell thee why I shall reign
all that was lost is now regained

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  1. Date: 11/18/2009 11:21:00 PM
    Under the Tree shake me wake me from this fate can't remember my former state shall I tell why the wind must blow it helps us to see the wind you know the grass grows under the willow tree as I sit and wonder what I will be I feel asleep beneath the bowing branch as I woke up to a second chance drips of water fell on my face it was good to my mouth as I ran the race shake me wake me from the fall can't remember anything at all