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Saturday, August 05, 2017

Poem By Elcypher: A GLIMPSE OF WORDS 'II'

                               
Verse II
Dear poet,
                You were the laughing god
                                At the hubris of men;
Kings and slaves were your characters
Yet, heroes and cowards were mates.
Sir, I plead to see with your thousand eye
For, what’d a man with flairs for fantast
See not in your pages of adventure.

But,
 Were I not into this dream
Of a perfect match; yet to be world,
Of a perfect match; yet to be world,
I would have married your heart
To behold the genesis of beautiful  madness
                In a glimpse of words



                                                Elcypher.

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