Elisabeth Taron

By: Woodrow Lucas

Elizabeth, you were an eccentric mountain of a soul,

Way too big for this world,

Way too kind for this consciousness.

Elizabeth you were a behemoth light,

Trapped in a life that wasn’t worthy of you,

And so God took you home, so that you could be among like minds and like hearts,

But before he took you fair angel,

I fell head over heels in love with you,

The sincerity of your smile,

The vulnerability of your tears,

The softness of your heart,

I loved all of it,

And now you are gone,

I tell you fare soul,

Whatever I achieve in recovering from the madness that gripped us both,

I do in honor of my fare angel, Elisabeth,

The whirling wind, the shining star, and the memory everlasting in my heart.

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