The Dance of Decay
Poem by Harry Capezzolo
I would drink, and sing, and bask in the glory of the day as the bright sun shines so my heart would sway to march alongside the dogwood blooms and stand as tall as the tree that looms my branches would reach me to the sky as a wing if only to be free. Then, as they, wither I must.
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