July 27, 2011


On a rusty gate I waited for our eyes perchance to meet
but she fancied that she was alone amid the gilded wheat.
So I simply stood adoring as she donned a daisy crown
and I looked upon her walking in her regal, denim gown.

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I feel it, when I sorrow most;
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