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by Emily  Yates

Come and love me
The streets are
young with rain,
the moon is busy
being night's lover,
trees are
loudly amongst

The stars are humming with
they know, as well as I do,
that just as I
kiss you,
my heart will 
irretrievably be
wed to your
perishable Breath

The gentle breeze 
Cruelly reopens my wounds
letting me bleed tears, like sweet wine
and soon the weeds are
coloured like Hell
my scarred flesh slowly crumbles
becoming the favorite Delicacy 
of the earth
But, you have since gone.
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Poem ID: 3677   Poem Posted: 4/20/1998
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