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Shall I Rise Again
by Maria Reed-Shore
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  I look upon my life
So little of it left
Held eons of moments in my hands
Touched by incidences
Bittersweet is the fruit learned at an early age
Extinguished dreams
In twilight years
Autumn comes in September
Short eruption of reminiscence
Dredged out words that are spoken in silence
As mimed, in muse scripted
Accused of wasting time
Ember becomes dust
But I was told that the Phoenix rises
from ashes
Shall I rise again
To sing my song.
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June 01, 2003
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