History Poems

History Poems
History Poems

History Poems

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An Arundel Tomb Poem

A virtue that lies
Between the glittering black color
A pillar and a statue of misfortune
Be a silent witness

Disguised names
In a non-loyal compliance bias
This is true history
In the darkness of glory

Know in life
When the statues were silent
Making the full moon night tense
Silence is the rhythm

Man ran for name
As a virtue after entering the grave
Do not ever complain
We are true warriors

Between this life
Many stories are dotted tightly in the dust
Scratched unshakable ages
All just mortality.

An arundel tomb
A poem from within the soul
Torture and delete
All night silence

For the glory of the century
We are the keheingan
Inside and out
An arundel tomb

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