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Romance does not always end happily ever after … that’s why I write Romance novels. This poetry is beautifully poignant.

Jane Dougherty Writes

In the early morning
I walk through yellow light
And mists of green and pearly blue
That chase away the night.
I listen to the peace that falls
In the fluttering of wings
And the song of life and love and death
When the blackbird sings.
I will let it enter to fill the empty space
Where love and life have turned to death
And heartache has your face.
I will keep the blackbird’s song
When I turn to walk away
And the beauty I saw in the morning light
When I still thought you would stay.


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  1. April 27, 2014 at 12:23 AM

    Thank you for reblogging, Linda. I’m blushing 🙂


    • April 27, 2014 at 7:40 PM

      Please, Jane, My complete pleasure. I wrote poetry at one point in my life, but never felt adequate. You have such a talent. Thank you for sharing.


      • April 28, 2014 at 12:08 PM

        What a lovely compliment! You should try writing again. When it comes from the heart it’s always good 🙂


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