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The Winding Clock
by   Copper

A life given to me,
  sprung with glories 
    and triumphs . . . 
      and love.

So be it fate 
  that my love 
    should not be near.

Destiny chooses for me,
  winding it's crooked fingers 
    inside my heart.

(Not even gentleman enough 
  to stop and wish me 
    a good day)
        
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Poem ID: 7855   Poem Posted: 9/29/1998
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