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Jul 2017
I often wonder why winter tastes so sweet
yet then I fear not the summers heat
If I faulter how can one mend
or how then will I find the ways to bend
Try not the things we ought not
but embrace the things often sought
Feeling felt we sometimes ignore
fearful of what might be behind that door
But cherish what you never sell
for it's value only time will tell
For Corine
Written by
Joseph Preston Kirk
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