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Englandís Rose

Spirits of ancient sovereign calls to the serenity of the stratosphere    
A caressed embraced on the soft winds she proudly stands  
In the soft continuance of such a beautiful mystique  
Complacent hues of passion dances upon the silhouette of elegance, her eloquence †  
Appeasing admiration ordained in the chasm of her benevolent soul †  
Undefiled beauty in its splendid glory † †
Lamentable mourns the bestowed warmth behind the veil of the sun †  
Cherished among the cloak of celestial stars † †
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Crestal cadence to the touch of hushed reminisce †  
The finality of hopes slowly flickered the ambience of forgotten visions † †
Mortality of lineage infinity moralized † †
The true essence of admiration behind the passion of such femininity † †
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Silently bows to the throne of Heavenís grace †  
Stalwart in absenceís despair for the longing of anointing poise † †
She is woman, she is Englandís Rose † †
And I am me, monarch within †
Written by SweetKittyCat5
Published | Edited 9th Nov 2020
Author's Note
Candle In The Wind
RIP- Princess Diana

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