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Until The Sandstorm

Spenserian Sonnet

Two people walking in the background of a dessert. The sky is hazy and only the people’s silhouettes are visible.
Photo 25609846 © Arkadi Bojaršinov | Dreamstime.com

Born to die: a reality of life
Yet hopes and dreams; a persistent one’s norm
We seek our cut from a generous knife
Proportionate piece until the sandstorm

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Marilyn Glover

Marilyn Glover

I am a top writer in parenting; passionate about poetry spirituality, and travel. Domestic abuse survivor. mailto:gmarilyn009@gmail.com

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