This Poem was Submitted By: Karen A Sperry On Date: 2000-05-11 20:12:09 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Forever Lost in Love

Flowing locks of corn silk hair in a tattered white dress but he vowed her heart would be his someday A Knight could be condemned for a commoners love but his heart was smitten anyway through dragon slays,and battle fields his mind could not forget the lady fair,dress waving in the air and he would have her yet As time moved on the lady fair fell to the fever one nite His life with her could not be and nothing now seemed right He rode off to the rolling hills and there neath the willows shade He thrust himself upon his sword and took the deadly blade Now I hear there are stories to this very day, still of a maiden in a ragged dress and her Knight, roaming the hills. Karen Sperry and Tom Atterberry   5-11-00

Copyright © May 2000 Karen A Sperry

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