Month: June 2016

The Day We Argued About Roman Numerals

In my mind even now,
that row remains VIVID.

We tried to stay CIVIL
but ended up LIVID.

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She lights the dark and makes it shine,
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The earth, it trembles to her touch
Mountains slump and earthquakes start,
The cliff-edge crumbles as I clutch
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I hear the birds sing out her name
Through each lonely day ’til night,
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Unbearable this world would be
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