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In the doldrums of a hushed space,
Of a part of vacuous open to silence,
Undisturbed stares party to patience,
The essence shared natures reticence,
Lies a formidable barrier of hinderance,
Unseeable with a naked eyes abstinence,
Choose to remain adamant in forbearance,
At times happens between friends ignorance,
As we part our ways oblivious to circumstance,
That this started out to be an odd happenstance,
For it went so out of hand it led us to imprudence,
And sort of panned to us both losing our innocence.

Date: 06/02/2019

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Date: 6/3/2019 4:19:00 PM
Love that last line, my friend. The old loss of innocence---here virtue, no doubt. Nice monorhyme. ~ gw
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Date: 6/3/2019 5:01:00 PM
'Tis true, when the lines are crossed--I need to get got up on my posting to others ~Line write short ones so I hit up on him ~though the rest UGH, no excuse thanks GW! Aloha William