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Banished

written by: Sharona Reeves

 

If I were to die and then given one more chance I would write a book for you
You being me... Past, Present and Future
explaining the gluttony of the world that caused our hearts to burst even though
we fasted and prayed still our soul decayed at the hands of worldly ways of which we remained enslaved by devils and demons that threw us off track compromised our faith
Instead of running forward we crawled from the cradle to the grave
I would write a book about you, us and them
Life's sighs and life's sorrows
How you never put yourself first and now forever we have been banished from tomorrows

Sharona Reeves

Sharona Reeves

Sharona Reeves is a free verse lyrical writer who began writing poems and short stories as a child. She was born in Tampa, raised in Memphis. Sharona has explored performing arts, studied creative writing, journalism, psychology and is an aspiring novelist.
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