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Christopher Eberly

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by

Christopher Eberly

I wrote the most on deep, darkest days
When robins ate in springfull ways
My mind lost grasp - but naught I prayed
A love for god, a love forbade
To see it false that some desired
And weave my heart to call me liar
"Liar, so say you"
My home is fire

The day I died, so ill and fried
Deep down to bone - alone and sad
Far reach into my heart and grab
My heart to show the love it had
So when at last,
Last breath began
My eyes met eyes through eye-tear rain
And lived in motherís heaven eyes again.