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Jan 2010
An age-fog hangs in heavy drapes
Around my head, a thickening gauze,
And memory of your love escapes
This numbing mist that's sealed my doors.

My straggling wispy hair you stroke,
While whispering of a life-long love;
Your shafts of sunlight **** and poke
But cannot pierce the cloud above

For staring at this window I
Avert my gaze, your touch resist.
My memory dulled, with glassy eye
And drooling mouth,I face the mist.
Edited and re-worked March 2011

© Marcus Lane 2008
Marcus Lane
Written by
Marcus Lane  Thanet, Kent, ENGLAND
(Thanet, Kent, ENGLAND)   
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