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Oh blackbird where has your raven gone

I hunger for the taste of one more song

Words you fell like clear cut clouds

Thick threw love and Venetian fog

A poet writer sketch and paint

One more song so I might faint


Sing blackbird

Ravenous –beautiful- soul

That which mirrors you

Sing once more for



My sunlight is quickening

My shadow is thickening

But for your song

That I might rise

To kiss your poem

Sewn to my eyes


Then and only then

To fade past memories

Along an old dirt road

Against the comfort

Where clear clouds row

Where fog must lye

With graveyard spies

Once more before

I say goodbye










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... wow .. you shot me down with this one, R

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I have always loved your "Unique" style of writing and hoped to read more. Your last two poems were incredible and I thought to myself, what the hey, lets see if we can get this Raven to sing us one more song.

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