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Date Added: September 20, 2015 18:09:22 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Religious Add To Favorites | Text Only
Alabaster Box

Weeping maiden
At My feet
So soon I'd wish
To cherish thee.

300 pounds pence,
The rate is fair:
"Allow me to wipe Your feet
with my hair."

I nodded simply, 
And thought of thee.
'A sinister one 
Is after these.'

So, I swore to protect,
And love without spite
In it's entirety,
My Bride and My wife.
Author's Notes:
Spirit-inspired poetry. Thank you for reading. :)
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