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Fortune Found



While looking over forgotten lore,
The weary eyes got lost;
The count numbered many score,
Mental exhaustion the cost;

Pitching one aside in another pile,
A fantasy scream arose;
Allomg with that there came a smile,
"To be so ever close!"

Within mind's eye, ever lusting core,
Multiple thoughts did flash;
While pouting fingers were very sore,
This had been quite a bash;

Suddenly, all at once and all again,
The last one seen in mind;
The only one which did remain,
The last one of the kind;

Speaking once, and turning twice,
The pages were unfurled;
A feeling felt so all too very nice,
Fortune found!
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Submitted on May 15, 2017

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Donald Loudon

I started to write because of the great feeling of release, and being able to do something of my own that I enjoyed. Since then, writing has become a way of life for me, and I enjoy it thoroughly. I write about things I feel strongly and or know a lot about. more…

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