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Where are you

Where are you now when I am here  and lone
The fire has broken and the light is dim
Where is your face when I am but a stone

I saw your nose when it almost bone
I was  used to pain  and your cold skin
Where are you now when I am here  and lone

I loved you in the kindly light of dawn
I loved you in the sun that dwells within
Where is your face when I am but a stone?

Where is the  tender love that we have grown?
Where is the golden cup with sacred rim?
Where are you now when I am here  and lone?

Pitiful the anguish and the pain
As was your skeleton where flesh was thin
Where is your dear face when I am  a stone?

Where is your blue eyed look, your laugh, your grin
Shall I kneel and  pray  that good shall win?
Where are you now when I am here  and lone
Where is your  living face when I am  stone?

 


Copyright © Katherine Braithwaite | Year Posted 2019

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