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Leonard a. Wronke Leonard a. Wronke
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Twilight Interlude

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For Charlie

another piece from my past.

As the daylight wanes, the fiery chariot

starts its descent towards the horizon;

the pale lady commences her sorrowful dance.

She searches for her lover; pirouetting

across the velvet ballroom, desperately,

questing for him before the chariot

completely recedes from view.

Such as it always was, it is again.

She is not fleet-footed enough to overtake

him before he rides beyond her soulful grasp.

Outside the caress of her longing embrace.

Out of reach of her tender kiss.

She, in her reflective attire, continues to

gyrate ever after him in the hope that they

will soon meet that she may show the depth

of her desire for his intimacy.

Thus, it has been since the dawn and will

resume upon the morrow.

Forever, the moon shall pursue the sun,

endlessly, striving to bask in the glow

of its warmth.

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