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Euphony

Four hundred fifty and seven hours
When all we owned were April showers
Taking a chance on a pixelated face 
Became the preferred post-coup de grace  

You elected against the unpolished show
When you tossed the dice atlas in tow
Our nerves had a knack for steering the wheel
When you came home they proved puerile

We would have danced if there had been rain
When the stars fell silent on mid-west plains
Running the veldt with our dreams in tow
We seized our future and made it so

Now with this seven month’s consequent
We count our grace and build our monuments
To one thousand holidays now forthcoming
A binary euphony, a song never ending

Copyright © Zach Sarver | Year Posted 2015

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