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A Plea To Fate
by Maria Reed-Shore
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  Fate, why hast thou cast a wall between us
Cold and unyielding
Heart ever pleading
A lover's caress
Pain endured from yearning
Pining for love
Scorned by the world
Destitute heart pleading succor
Destiny plays a hand in our ending
Without claiming love.
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February 23, 2003
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