Free-Falling into Life

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Summary

The second installment of poems that I've created but have grown and matured and still creating poems to the best of my ability, but writing poems through the perspective of what is going on through the start of 2020 till the end of this book

Genre:
Poetry / Drama
Author:
Mimi Anne
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
4
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

March 18 2020

The actions of truth told so clearly
With what the heart holds,
will make us pay so dearly

In the days of uncertainty
Our lives transform into amenity
As uncertainty spreads like a cancer
With only hope being the answer

In little what we may know not
Will be put to the test
And cast our lots

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