(1871 - 1945 / Sete / France)

Limerick: There Was A Young Lady In White

There was a Young Lady in White,
Who looked out at the depths of the Night;
But the birds of the air
Filled her heart with despair,
And oppressed that Young Lady in White.

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Magnificent poem, this poem most certainly deserves a ten, so be it.....
This website is ridiculous. Rate Poems. Like poems can simply be rated on a scale of 1-10. I would understand if this was a website created by naive children. But this website is created for poetry, and ironically judges it so crudely. People voted this poem a 5/10. If such a rating system was even valid, I am sure that these people simply did not understand what they were rating.
..............nicely done.....enjoyed every line...