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Seven Angels In Sunset


Rusty Broadspear

Seven Angels in sunset

With spreading arms,

Reaching for love and care

And serenity so calm.


Disdainful yet so mighty,

Like Queens upon their thrones,

Waiting for eruption

And no audience for their groans.


Important thoughts so small,

And sitting on the World,

In Autumn, their arms are brittle,

In Summer, their hands unfurled.


When laden with heavy worry

That you wish and hope to forget,

Then stand alone on distant hill and see

Seven Angels in Sunset

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