A woman

Fierce skeek silk black robe

Nude, pearls adorn Lizabet Parrish’form.

Every year, since nineteen sixteen

Two lovers argue

One takes her life

One dies in France

Grave marker was placed

Down Walnut road at end of road


Lizabet died the day Jessy she slipped away to fight the hun

Jewish girl full of courage

Very hush hush

Shot saving fallen comrades

House red brick stands alone

As it was the day of the fight

Flawless skin

stand and wait

Jessie’s return

Year in

Year out

Lizabet watches beside a curtain

Drawn, One hand on the drape

Other hand gently traces lips a

Kiss of goodbye upon a glass pane

From memory frozen in


Family grave yard


Forbidden love

Army sargent

No one sees woman dress like a man

Looking but nor seeing

Year in and out

Returns to walk

Every hallows eve and

Valentines day

Walnut hill

She can’t enter

Lizabet the shadow nude

Upper window

Bedroom kept as was

Hand on last kiss

Sealed by time

Upon a window


A memento of different


Courage like success takes time

Jessie Levi upon a blood red moon

Walked to the house

Climbed the same old trelles

Following a thief into the House

Without words

Lizabet turn one bead bounce down

Rolled to the feet of the intruder

Jessie boldly took Lisabet in her arms

With mad and passionate kisses

The good bye kiss on the window pane


Neither heart sick

Neither alone.

Val Whitewolf

Published by Val's Whitewolf Media

Val's Whitewolf Media Anchor PodCast and I write here on WordPress. I read books and instill others how importand writing stories readers down. in readers their stories matter.I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words.

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