Scarlet Glass

April 16, 2011
By White-OUTT BRONZE, Douglassville, Pennsylvania
White-OUTT BRONZE, Douglassville, Pennsylvania
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Losses of your family and friends from home,
Unfortunately leaves you alone,
Flowing sand in front of us,
Salty water spraying making a fuss

In the charcoal wind,
The amber flames are singed,
Flames arise in a licking path,
Only to be put out in a single bath

Cracking glass blown away,
Into crystal sand today,
Melting the furious sky,
Just to find you gave a lie

Kisses sent to our shining sun, too soon,
Love immensely the purple velvet moon,
These winter days are long,
While in the summer the birds always sing their song

Falling from their trees,
Swerve the wrinkled red leaves,
Crimson blood set harshly around,
From the fellow neighbor on the ground

He said goodbye with his gun,
Now who wants more fun,
Currently our blood smears like a glaze,
Setting with the fine tuning of hearts that blaze

Laugh with you tomorrow,
While today we are full of sorrow
Eyes flooding with scorn,
For we always mourn

Sand of the hourglass shall give me time,
I cannot wait until that ring of the miserable chime,
Everyone I pass,
Seems to die with scarlet glass

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