Saturday, October 30, 2010

This Sunday (a day early), a haunting Magpie from LC




Little Julia
By Lemuel Crouse

Your day of birth
Falls close to mine,
And so I feel
The intertwining:
Children of a frosty morn
Are we, little Julia,
Though many earthly years
And all eternity
Separate us now.

Too fast you fell
From womb to grave,
No one to save you,
This we also share.
One last cold thing
 I need to say
Before I fly:
Julia, dear, you died...
So, too, did I.

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11 comments:

The Bug said...

LC keeps saying he's gone, but he's just not is he?

senderupwords said...

Nice Mag. Love and Light, Sender

Brian Miller said...

whew. so many have been about children passing early this week...it keeps me reeling...nice write and twist there at the end as well...

Carrie Burtt said...

A well written magpie indeed! :-)

willow said...

I like the connection you made here, with Julia, Dr. L.

"fell from womb to grave" is brilliant!

kathew said...

stellar! Bravo.

Bee's Blog said...

Some incredible lines here. Nice. Sad but nice.

Leo said...

brr.. what a way to make a spiritual connection!

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izzy said...

Nice One! thanks!

gautami tripathy said...

Good magpie..


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umapoems said...

Touching poem.Nice magpie