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    dots Submission Name: Sonnet to the Past Five Yearsdots
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    Author: MadGeologist
    Elite Ratio:    1.86 - 1/3/3
    Words: 112
    Class/Type: Poetry/Being a Teen
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       Shakespearean sonnet.


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    dotsSonnet to the Past Five Yearsdots
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    A long, long time ago my friend and I
    Were equal in our camaraderie;
    And brazen in our youth, – but shy, too shy
    To sublimate our bond in ecstasy –
    Defended we our virgin pride that youth
    To us had gifted. We were but naïve,
    And love upon us did not shine its truth:
    And permanence our bond could not achieve.
    Now have those years all flickered, faded, passed
    Away; just five years hence my heart does beat
    Anew. The love unreckoned I amassed
    Is now renounced and lost in sandy heat.
    These five years took a boy and gave a man
    In turn: a pawn to time, which heedless ran.




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      I like it; it really makes people think about going through life and how things change us and shape us into who we are.
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