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Six empty shells


A blinding sun had
made her stare
askance;
he walked the
distance to converge
his fate,
a swirling, laughing
wind began to dance
and jokingly their
lives to desecrate.

Replacing the six
empty shells he
turned
and saw her worried
glance beyond the
blooms,
that innocent
embellished
unconcerned
the reckless,
smiling braves aside
their tombs.

The Smith and Wesson
forty-fours then
bucked,
she knew the
blooming noon was
ending fast
and nothingness
neglected to
obstruct
what fates
adjudicated to
recast.

She saw the brazen
shells inside the
dust;
monochromatic
synthesis and hues
of sepia were
blurring in the gust
that swirling sang
their lonesome,
Tombstone blues.

© 8/7/2014, G.
Venetopoulos, All
Rights Reserved
(Iambic pentameter)

(I include a JPG
image of the
composition on the
"about the
poem" page because
my text spread
folds.)

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  1. Date: 8/20/2014 9:08:00 AM

    Very wonderful touching write Giorgio! Unsung innocents ! Very Impressive!

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