Places To Put Me

Places To Put Me sonnet poems

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If you could keep my time in a glass jar
And hidden in plain sight for all to see
They would see a soul that longs to run far
Or a heart that stands strong but wants to flee.

If you could pack me in a cigarette
Would you let me burn out without a new
Light or blow me away; finally let
Me show you everything meant for you

So please put me in an ornate box
With encrusted jewels and gold-rimmed edges
A fine thing that your kiss unlocks
A kiss that lasts memories for ages.

I’ve wandered but found you; my horizon.
Never reached though I will walk on and on.

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I'm just a black rabbit with a white tail and small feet.I read alot, and I tinker with my computer alot. I actually think I'm getting into cars at this point.
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