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Look up or Daydreams of Death

Look up! / Daydreams of Death 

Look up! 

The cold, the blue and hallowed sky 
All the deaths are circling high 

The red balloons, they wave
Goodbye, goodbye! 

A tether, rope, a silver twine 
To take you from the five or nine 
Or thirty two or sixty five 
However long you are alive 

I hear the calling of the bells
Ring out in endless stony wells 
To stand alone, but not to weep 
The skeletons are all asleep 
The fiery leaves begin to fly  
Tis but to live, or but to die 

The cold, the blue and hallowed sky 
And all the deaths are circling high 

The red balloons, they wave
Goodbye, goodbye! 



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  1. Date: 10/11/2014 10:57:00 AM

    This is beautiful. I often think of autumn in this way - the season of death, but the loveliest season in my opinion. Well done!

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