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MEET ME IN MY SOLITUDE I sank deep in her sweet song. She started on soft soothing prelude. Flooded in mild melody She rolled into gentle interlude. Being floated in my fancy dream whelmed to swim with joy in plenitude. Music mesmerized my heart. Lost myself: She reached postlude. Symphony surged silent soul. How to thank, paying her gratitude ? Told,’ Where may I meet you Ma'am?' Tune resonating in quietude. Mystic lady smiled little starting new music in prelude. First sentence was voiced as ‘Come and meet me in my solitude.’ 12/04/16 Quatrain on same rhyming. Edited on 04/15/20 Third Place 'STRAND NO. 730' Contest by Brian Strand

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