Chadwick Horn (gaypoet) wrote,
Chadwick Horn
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The Memory Of Trees - Poem In Re: to The Song

It was a place of pure serenity,
Peace and tranquillity flourished unharmed.
Nature survived with the spirit of beasts,
Some started religions that brought forth charm.
The dimness of twilight reigned throughout the land,
The splendor of nature cried out untouched.
The spirits kept watch for forms of evil,
A harmonious wind kept forth its clutch.

The demons trekked in through the darkness,
The havoc thus caused ended all peace.
Into the darkness, light hath been brought,
The corruption of beauty, thus was not keen.

These demons, corrupted, begged out and plead,
The evil of man, left the memory of trees.
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