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Rita and Maddie


Wade through the lake’s water so shallow, A woman & a man hands entwined like a gallow. Wade did she, Wade did he. Above their necks the furious waters rose, Trod they together steps softly with no morose, Spellbound they moved without a care, Deeper and deeper where no one would dare! Trod they, further unto the middle they reached, Realized she, now an early vow she had breached, No further she could wade, But bitter memories afar refrained they to fade. Drifting by now so weak was she, So clasped them eyelids so all she could see was he, A time came on when a boat roared by, A wave it created ,it washed her eyes. The heady din grown a was peaking, Alas! Her dream was at an end that she was seeking. Realized, she that moments spent in love, Will fly away now like the dove. Guessed she by now that the time was over for her space, And on the pathway her love left behind in a cold place. A now thinks she that dwells in another dimension, Poor man left aghast to brood and fate too cruel to mention. Ghastly her act, all this land had never been, People shun now the disheartened lover whenever he be rarely seen. Stares does he, strangely at the door, For he believes that the path will bring her once more………… ©

Copyright © | Year Posted 2014




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