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Alex Fischer

(01/10/1992 / North Little Rock, Arkansas)

Sonnet 2


There is a light shining from far away
It grows brighter with each and every day
My eyes are blinded by this shining light
This shining light drowns out the ebbing night
I look from where it comes yet it stays stray
I wander towards it closer every day
I spend each day looking for an answer
I speak to the man who lives in ganster
He tells me to look deep within my mind
This light is growing ever all the time
I fix my gaze upon the light and there
Is no other sign of a different share
I reach out to the light and bring it close
Now with the light I'm in a state repose

Submitted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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