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Jul 2018
What a cast of characters
we parade through this play-life,

they're dying Juliet deaths 'til we're bereft,
pondering the qualities of the stage light:

how it caresses empty sets with as much grace as our dramas,
unrequited in its love of the playwright.
Written by
Allison  29/F/Durham, NC
(29/F/Durham, NC)   
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