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Dawns Early Light

One early morning,
I woke up in yearning
Of your sweeter smile.
But the world is vile,
And would not let me see
My love that's in flee.

My parents do not like her,
Do not hear her voice's purr,
Which the might of her love.
So I look on a dove,
To see her ordane features,
Only to be haunted by a many- creatures.

Now I look really close,
At my pink heart's woes,
To see the real reason
Behind her heart's early season.
So she did not love me,
Did not even see,

My heart's early pounding-
Of love it was founding.
She poisened my wine,
That poor little swine,
And took all of my money
And said I died of pure honey.

Now I lay dead,
On our wedding-day bed-
Thinking of her, and when she'll- return
To at least even mourn
The man that had loved
A woman with hatred, which has been- gloved.



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The following comments are for "Dawns Early Light"
by Mr. E

to Mr. E again
Have you read praxidikai's poem lately? The shakey relationtionship one. Your poem and his bears a remarkable resemblance in theme.

What does ordane mean? I'm quite sure that is not in the dictionary.

Interesting poem, the second stanza needs restructuring, sounds too random compared to the others, which are all humorously great. Good job.

( Posted by: Furius [Member] On: April 21, 2002 )

to furius
No I have not read his poem, though I will. I didn't intend for the stanza's to be funny, but if you say they are, kay.

Mr. E

( Posted by: Mr. E [Member] On: April 21, 2002 )





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