Ode to rememberance

by Oct 1, 2003Poetry

Sweet heart, how thy tears should harken,
Do stars thy grage adorn?
I sad the oak, as thw willows weep,
Yet for ye who shall mourn?

Into ledgend thy name is set,
And thy troth there shall be,
But did thee not wish to take the path
Upon the flowing sea?

The wind turns, calling from the West,
And the sea’s birds to ye cry,
Begging thee to follow them,
To leave, or else to die.

So set thee here, in solem prayer,
Remember night and day,
Rember life, and cherish hope,
And thoes who sailed away.

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