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In the heart of the deepest silence, Where days and nights all colored black, Laid the souls escaped from pestilence, Never will death trace their tracks, Amor I loved, one of them, There laid in years fast asleep, Dust covered beauty once of fame, Still vivid it's color my heart has keep, The lake of time is deep and calm, And there she laid afloat like the lily, As peace and stillness governs her presence, Entangled in the serenity of unconsciousness, The eagerness of my longing, Is amazed by her courage, While the days of my yearning are hurt and mourning, Hers is patient in waiting and waiting,

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Date: 1/5/2011 9:26:00 PM
lucky man. you have recieved the best years of her life. joh h loving iii
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Date: 4/2/2009 6:30:00 PM
nice tribute to ancesters. jhl
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Date: 11/6/2008 9:15:00 AM
great pen, Bravo. watch the misspelled words, just a heads up. Amour means like a suit of tin, or do you me Amore, as in the french word for love. I hope my crique doesn't upset I am only trying to clean things up a bit.
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