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The Castle

written by: Doug Donnan


Its battlements are now abandoned,
a wind whistles throughout the halls

The lax ivy climbs at its patient pace
and does blanket the hallowed walls

Proud furnishings of the regal palace
now just sadly disheveled and rotten

No more are the days of knighthood,
alas but only memories all forgotten.


_ The End _

Doug Donnan

Doug Donnan

I've been writing short fiction and poetry for 'many' years. Some pieces have been published... others not!
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