That I ever saw them…by G. Mramor


Cascade sous bois, Gustave Courbet

She has the saddest tears said the stone to the rose that I ever saw them hush away all my mansion into the pitch of her eyes that I heard from far away the harmonies who wrought ghosts of sorrow upon children yet born and maundered the night’s shore until dreams took me away and rove the canals in the sky down to her place a ghost behind a sheer sheet of eau falling from the open-mouth of cruelty veiled that I ever came to her I know not how fore she kept the water there and her cavern made so dark I yelled lady or ghost your dream has brought me here won’t you light a step and speak me name or show me face for memory of this place and silence spoke the melody of a child she was so I yelled again lady or ghost why do you hide from me and silence spoke the melody of a child she was so I yelled a last sadness on this my night’s away lady or ghost is the ghost your sole domain and silence spoke again the melody of a child she was before dreams were stolen and left there alone was pain

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