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Don’t Come Rescuing | Poem

When I say,

I must leave to die,

Pack my words in a rush,

Don’t come to my rescue, Queen.

When I say,

I’m tired of losing hope,

And recovering it in a moment,

Don’t come to rescue, Queen.

When I say,

Torments got home in here,

I desire a marriage may,

I desire a ship may,

I long for your touch may,

Then, I must leave to die,

Don’t come to rescue, Queen.

©sjwordsmith

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