Thorn In The Flesh

Thorn beneath the milk-white
Crowned with
In the flesh

Thorns beneath the
Rose without
On the ground
On the stalk

Thousands at her bidding speed
Countless mourn
Die without

Sunbeam in a winter's day
True as the dial to
True as the dial to
True as the dial
To you.

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