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Sonnets of Life - II

Eternity is a vast unknown hole Traveled alone, confronting life, love, fears Footsteps stamped imprinted in the earth’s soul Walk the destined path with unguarded care. Placing one step I front of another Propelling life into the great unknown Unsure if one should continue futher Reaping the seeds of being that were sewn Travel the journey wherever it takes Seize pleasure of the joys, sorrows, and pain For they are treasured memories made From beginnings to demise, rapture gained. What would life be if challenges ignored? No peaceful rest secured, nothing explored. “Be not afraid of going slowly, be afraid of standing still.” William Shakespeare

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