SHEPHERD’S TALE, parting day

LET us forget our yesterdays and part,
To set these two false-living hearts apart,
And delete those thoughts of old and move on,
For what can love be when the spark is gone?
Let us forget our yesterdays and part,
To set these two false-living hearts apart,
And delete all tears and sorrows amassed,
And walk away to dest’nations contrast.
Nevermore shall we dwell on pleasant day,
But let us then cast our pleasures astray!
So this silence be our sweetest escort,
When I hold a hand to kiss thee and part.
Heaven knows if I shall ever meet thee,
But should we not meet, let the parting be!

A poem by Lancelot

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