Footprint

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Come to me

when my lips are nigh to bleed.

The metal stingeth,

seeking the consolation of thy skin wintry.

I’ll take thine hand serpentine

and rest upon the scales of thy back.

Thee I’ll hold tight

and keep company ere I depart for war.

And thou shalt remember me by.

I’ll be the ghost of the cardinal’s song,

and the splashed crimson flow on thy walls galore –

a morsel tenderness and a wrath ceaselessly enthralled;

for if thou drawest a sun for the rest of thy life,

as well thou drawest one for the rest of mine.

Persevere and to thy being thou be truthful

in honour of the memory of her,

whose soul thee loved once for thyself.

10 Comments

  1. Я больше 2-х часовлазил в интернете сегодня и не мог найти ни одной интересной статьи, как ваша.
    На мой взгляд, если бы все копирайтеры так интересно делали статьи,
    интернет стал бы интереснее.

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  2. Hmm iit seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it
    up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying
    your blog. I too aam ann aspiring blog blogger but I’m still nnew to the whole thing.
    Do you have any points for first-time blog writers?
    I’d certainly appreciate it.

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    1. Hello there, Chase!
      Thank you so for letting me know you enjoy my blog.
      I am fairly new still to blogging, so the best thing I can say is that you should know where your interests lie and what the blog is about, and just produce content! Do not think too much as nothing will get done by just pondering about matters. Start and keep on going. Let your passions and desires come through your work. Start! The right time will never come. There is only the present.

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