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Like A Virgin Rose

Like a breath of wind that clings to barren haul Let me fill my lungs and join the stars in brawl They seem so feisty full Divine they tug and pull Like threadlike light on a baby’s green shawl The might of things unseen like silent sliver hush Are lullabies well sung while braids of silver rush Turn down the will By moonlit sill Invisible to all but all to one who heeds the rush The winter comes with scenes of white and blight The blowing wind on barren breast The Midas truth engraved on chest And all is quiet once again, all poised in white It grows in silence like a virgin rose upon the snow Slow to sprout in deep appendage for a silver beau Together they’ll chide Slip knots of leather n’ hyde Invisible to all but all to one, the wind will blow



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