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    dots Submission Name: To The Matriarch of Rosesdots

    Author: HisNameIsNoMore
    ASL Info:    28 - Male - Ohio
    Elite Ratio:    2.95 - 75/194/254
    Words: 176
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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       Words cannot explain the pain I feel inside as I carried her coffin to her final resting place. To my great-grandmother- Beautiful; wise and full of life. Not a thorn to find.

    Any input is fine. I wrote this from the heart.

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    dotsTo The Matriarch of Rosesdots

    To The Matriarch of Roses

    She played to our heartstrings like an angel played the harp
    Subtle softness; delicate fingers that touched with a loving spark-
    Eyes of azure blue; full like the sky- lacking peril, so alive...
    She was our future- The queen of our start

    No word or phrase can begin to encompass her part,
    just the notion to love all and strive...
    To become a better person- Her honor spoke, a hark-
    We listened- her voice, the harp

    Velvety charms; a smile-
    Quid pro quo, an embrace to stay awhile-

    A legacy forged from her divine grace-
    She, the saint of Rose Place-

    A mother; grandmother- A sister; a wife...
    May she bask in eternal light-
    May she hear our loving cries-
    Deep inside these eyes, the same blue...
    With all the memories we cherish.
    We know her as wise and true-
    May the birds sing you to sleep
    May the fireflies shine bright

    To the Matriarch of Roses, that we love with our life.

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      Quite beautiful.
    | Posted on 2011-09-18 00:00:00 | by Blue Monk | [ Reply to This ]

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