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Love to the Grave
Love to the Grave A stable boy had entered in her heart Concealed beneath the forage hay at night His troubling eyes that seemed so dim and dark Her hands tease through his hair so wavy rich But he’s a stable boy and can’t compete Though royal blood does course within her veins False statements will protect her noble name What scents of horses in the air suggest A secret meeting in the barn required The opposition banish him from her Affluent family removed love she found Now she’ll just marry the rich boy down town It’s a happy life silk dresses for her But his name and memories still remain Length of time has passed and her heart grows cold Crying out for him everyone’s aware Knowing he hears her utterance of cries Homecoming at her bedside love he brings Carries her as their souls unite once more Inescapable love was theirs always Lastly they breathe their last breaths together Entangled ghosts depart as they exhale Departing to the hills of misty skies Within safety and no separation To the barn where their first encounter met Margaret Franceschini August 9, 2014
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