Tainted Feather

Tainted Feather short poem

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Let me brace some blows,
Of lonely breeze and snows,
freeze me blue and cold,
Wonders die as flower unfolds.

Let me stitch some wounds,
fly with my wings of hope,
hopes that sail the boat
are now dead across the coast.

Let go of my inner beast,
carnivore devouring my inner peace,
barred me as human ghost,
I am a smiling human frost.

Let me dare to take the fall,
fall till I reach the fatal wall,
memories of pain forgone,
gracefully forever gone.

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