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Jun 2016
When summer skies blossoms summer love,
By which lonely hearts rest in silent slumber,
May hungry crows falsely act as fair doves,
Until what once in flight is drowned there under.
A love unfound, for when sobriety lacks,
Do we drown both sorrows and love in my glass.
Jay M Wong
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