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Spirit

Spirit
Callous, Potent
Guarding, Welding, Mending
Nurturing our Harrowed Egos
Amidst

Copyright © lew Jay | Year Posted 2014



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Willow

Here lies my old pal Michael,
His spirit set free by wind,
because the storm which kicked his bucket,
trapped the poor old git within,
A Scotsman by his name,
and a carpenter by trade,
should of built yourself s door mate,
to stop the barn which caved you in.

I love you Bic. 







Copyright © lew Jay | Year Posted 2015

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Feather

Spirit flutters down
Yes this path is right for you
wear my love with pride

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Any final requests

Behold! The reaping gantry.
Dusted lungs and coiling flame
Silver pity from his seduction
Serpent shedding no final gain,

A toll to pay your darkness
as she ponders memory lane
light seeping through the shadows
what once was will still remain,

Bleeding sight from all who know me
Shall not quench my unknown pain
As I am dancing with the devil
what once was shall still remain,

I Whisper farewell to last prayers
as the black wolf howls my final tune
from the bagpipes he lays his mystery
now I'm a roving quite like you.




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Journey


I lost my mind what a lonely hour
creeping down the stairs of the church bell tower
there aint nobody listening
to a lost birdsong
when the time does come
don't listen for long

Blood red stain of the morning 
inside a royal robe of blue
The strangest face of lightning
and a poppy red tea for two

follow my voice,
don't gaze at the moon
insanity takes too long 

follow my voice
I'll see you through
no need to lie
there is no truth
take rest take heart

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Lucy

befallen from transcendence from lake scorched dry no rain
silver due shines with a glisten over a land stricken by her flame
a falling sky so black so empty, reflection timeless from afar 
as an abyss of crimson plenty, scattered thought will once remain 

oh meander my final lifeline before the cruel cold snap of fate
and i join the souls left empty, behind the shadow of the lake.

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Tempest of

My life once depended on a friendly turn of fate

I hung my lonely lover, with a noose named heavens gate

Your life is menial to me, my friend, my ugly truth

swinging face down from the sunshine

into the darkness I consume

so I send a swarm of blackness

laced with strobes of soundless plea

please know your time is dated

until the day I set you free.



Copyright © lew Jay | Year Posted 2015