I’ve been editing part three of the monad series, it’s a lot of stuff, it’s taking me a while. In the meantime, I’ll leave this failed sonnet here. I couldn’t make it work for me, but perhaps you can see some beauty in it.

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11 thoughts on “DASH, RUN

  1. i agree, sherell. i would also add, the repetition of dashing and running is in accordance with the reference to the seas and wind…also emphasizes the lonely feel of being docked while that which you love pulls away.

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    1. Some are sad, others not so much, but there is a general existentialism present in all of them. Regardless, I’m very grateful you’ve read them, and I truly appreciate it 😀

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