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Forsaken - Free Verse



There was a man
Who
Fell in love
Neath
Moon and stars love's light
But then
He was forsaken
On a dark and lonely night
He'd found a beauty
To behold
He
Thought she was the one
But dreams
Of happiness for him
Were
Gone before begun
He said
He'd share his love no more
He couldn't stand
The pain
And now he swears
He'll
Never fall
For love's sweet light again.

28/04/13 TjHatton.
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