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> Keeper Of The Flame, Poem inspired by Celtic castles & forts
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O2Shea 
Posted: 23-Mar-2008, 05:39 PM
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My heart is a Celtic fort,
A sanctuary on a hill
Deep within a land of legend
Where impossible deeds
Occur still.
The keep cannot be taken
By knights or men-at-arms,
For it is closely guarded
By layers of love charms.
Only Love
Gets in the gate…
And only Love
Can climb the stair.
In my bower
I am waiting…
But only Love
Will find me there.
No other force on earth
Can shake me.
In my fortress I remain.
I am a bastion to a dream…
I am the Keeper of the Flame.
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Aaediwen 
Posted: 23-Mar-2008, 05:54 PM
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Beautiful flow and image of the one who waits....


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