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What Will They Do (poem)

Updated on April 29, 2017

(An acrostic sonnet)

What will they do since now they’ve tried a kiss

How strange it is to have done this before

And never sensed perhaps there may be more

To pass this moment by would be remiss


What will they do since now doors open wide

Ignore it as a passing fantasy

Like all the other dreams that hoped to be

Lost forevers hidden deep inside


They search for something hidden in their eyes

Here hoping for some passage to the truth

Endearing dreams their memories of youth

Yet here and now what memory applies


Do they now share this single point if view

Of dreams as near as this what will they do


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      Gypsy Rose Lee 8 months ago from Riga, Latvia

      This was truly lovely. Reminder of many wonderful memories.