The Cold Zephyr

June 28, 2010
By lovepoet BRONZE, Sunset, Utah
lovepoet BRONZE, Sunset, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
In the pasture of life don't be a cow pie.


A
Breath as
Cold as ice
Digs unforgiving into
Every
Fiber of my soul
Gnashing and
Harrowing until
I can take no more.
Just as I’m about to give up, a
Kiss
Lulls
Me back to a conscious state,
No more to be
Oppressed by the
Past
Quarrels and
Regrets.
Silently
The
Unforgotten memories of
Virtue and honor
Wither into the
Xanadu of
Yesterday’s cold
Zephyr breath


The author's comments:
This piece is written in alphabet form. It talks about past feelings of love, regrets, and memories.

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