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sublimely by Rg Gregory
you may get fed up with me
she says (seing herself slightly)
fearing old age in a woman
must render her blightly

old age’s eyes he thinks
see only old-agely
she lifted him from the pits
and has come to him sagely

so much she offers him now
so he takes to her wisely
she’s been his steady arm
since they re-met surprisely

love has consumed them both
without hiccough and calmly
say - the words of their hearts
present themselves psalmly

you may get fed up with me
she says (rating herself lowly)
not in this life he cries
in awe of her soully

the years they have left sing loud
not measurable timely
o they will to give to each other
in all manners sublimely
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