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There Were Two (For Tacitus)
There Were Two (For Tacitus)
Druidic
Published by Druidic
02-03-2017
There Were Two (For Tacitus)

To Tacitus


Your great noble head
Now tilted by stroke and age,
Your once sleek tuxedo
Now a duller black
Without the gloss
Of youth and health,
Your movements slow,
Painful and stubborn
As my own.

In a just Design we would both
Exit with a pleasing synchronicity,
Shedding this Mortal Coil together,
Embracing our Mother--
--the Darkness--
Together.
That will likely not be
Though who can say?
Ah, you were a true companion, My Silent Friend
And even the proud, defiant Dagger
Will offer lament
For his gentle lost brother.
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