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National Poetry Writing Month: Couplet Poems: Random Couplets
Posted by rockmyorchid, May 9, 2016. 265 views. ID = 7143

National Poetry Writing Month: Couplet Poems

Posted by rockmyorchid, May 9, 2016. 265 views. ID = 7143
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The truth lies etched in worn down wood
Immortal where time and gavals stood

She murdered him with clumsy hands
Broken no more by the wretched man

Their smooth hands worn to wrinkles now
Released this life with peaceful brow

Dont go she breathed out to the wind
That filled his sails for home again

The queen arrived on quiet paths
Marriage would end the war at last


Free my people let them leave
He knelt down heavy at her feet

Angry eyes glared through the blinds
She'd never get away this time



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