Ryan Taylor


The Raven's Song


It is midnight when
He starts to sing
'As I fly into the
Blackened night sky
I remember all the
Things that have passed
As I ponder what could
Have been
He stops for a moment
To allow the breeze
Move over him
He begins again
'I hope to find you
One day my love
But this is a fool's dream'
He ends his song
With a loud screech
And flies away

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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