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LOST LOVE'S FLIGHT, by            
First Line: I see you now, yes barely, far away
Last Line: That came to hide your angel's flight.
Subject(s): Love - Loss Of


I see you now, yes barely, far away
You round the bend and blend with amber shades
Of autumn, fast growing grey.
The clouds are rolling up from west
To blot out all of you
As now in brilliant shades
You ride the sunset crest.
The lustrous fangs of fire top mountains
Seem they would engulf you
To burn, as my heart strains
That I might call you back.
And all of no avail as now
The leaves are whirling round
To hide you and to take you
Away to your grave with them.
But now the world is cold and bare
And all that lived has died
And you are dead and gone 'neath snows of white
That came to hide your angel's flight.





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