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Weeping Mermaid
by Stephen Watson
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  Where do you swim to angel of the ocean,
When your heart of crystal fractures once again?

Do you hide in your secret cavern and weep
Silvery tears of loneliness?

Concealed from the admiring eyes of your world;
As another tender memory floats across your sorrowful
Mind; another reminder of sweet love lost.

That sunbeam face you portray; to all who gaze
Upon you in awe and wonder, is but a facade
For the cold reality of your solitary existence;
Ever since your dolphin lover passed from your world.

All this I know to be truth, for I too ache for my
Lost angel.

As I swim the sea of eternity in my forlorn search for you.
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February 17, 2013
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Thanks for all your comments Sharbaaniranjan.


Stephen

valemort
03/04/2013 10:35 AM

Comment Excellent. Your poetry I find is real poetic.

Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
03/03/2013 21:21 PM




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