Smoke rises from his lit cigarette,
The air heavy with ash ridden breath.
A lighter flash from across the bar
Left as soon as it came
He leaves a lonely figure
And greets the cold hugging his coat.
Under his feet the snow of past
Has turned to water once again
He hails a passing cab
As his feet mourns the snow
Paris came back to troy
And saw Hector on the shore.
He told him he had found his love
But what he found was war.
In the pale snow footsteps remain.
If I tread in place they'll never fade
But If I stay I'll freeze in place.
I never thought I'd let them go
The sun rises too soon.
My heart never did leave
Arthur observed the lake. "Moonlight,
It's too much for my eyes to bare!
I've done so much and still, I can't
Outshine the beauty of the lake."
My lord, the years did pile
And dawn arrived so soon
The death of King Arthur
Airing out robes of one who's gone
Autumn cleaning then winter's wind
Seasons shall change and when they do
I'll wear autumn's robe for spring
"Leaves never fall in vain,"
I murmur as I sweep.
Under the cherry blossom tree
He sits, looking to the sunset.
A life of moon, snow, and dewdrops
Content, his life does melt. So it is...
I waved Brighton away as adventure called,
My heart filled with childish enthusiasm.
The whole world spread before my eyes as the
Wind did gently rustle my sails. Away!
Three months I sailed without excitement,
Making my heart lose faith in the open sea.
In anger God let my vessel venture
Into a storm to swallow worlds and eat me whole.
I prayed and begged with clasped cold hands. "Oh, God!
I am quite dead. Save this wretched servant!"
He ****** thunder from the grey skies and laughed
As I floated. A corpse drifting aimless.
As my filled lungs spewed out the sea, the sky cleared.
I saw a shore. England! My heart flew high
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