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POEM: Black Skies [Rondeau Quatrain]

By Berniegourley @berniegourley

POEM: Black Skies [Rondeau Quatrain]I saw the black skies up ahead,
but hoped they'd clear as I approached.
I hoped they'd clear as I approached.
I saw those black skies up ahead.

And from the distance I felt dread.
The dark wouldn't yield to my reproach.
I saw those black skies up ahead,
but hoped they'd clear as I approached.

The ebon clouds began to spread.
Into my mind they did encroach,
and on my bliss began to poach
until something monstrous was bred.

I saw the black skies up ahead,
but hoped they'd clear as I approached.
I hoped they'd clear as I approached.
I saw those black skies up ahead.

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