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Women versus Woman, 2016

Love ones; excuse these urges I now purge, 
The brief kiss that always exits her door, 
The encore of lust, no permanent words. 
But I must tour, cure this curious lure. 
The plural roses, sweet culprits, steal me. 
I yearn to multiply this term called she; 
Perhaps the youth of man, tricks thee,  
Yet this passion married to thrill is me.  
And while these eyes may add, still fond I am. 
Fond of the rare court, she will always be, 
The way she humbles, this lesser term of man. 
Yes, now I may spread, but retire? Yes to thee. 
      I pray this case settles before long,
      And wins her promise: fate is never wrong. 

Copyright © Jiril Clemons | Year Posted 2016

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  1. Date: 7/18/2016 11:53:00 AM

    Great sonnet that flows very well...

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