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Affection (Failed Sonnet)

written by: South Cape

A golden coat that glistens in the sun
Shining hoops of steel that will never rust
There is little more that brings me such fun
There are few others that hold this much trust
Ponds and forests, together we fly through
Up streets and up hills, together we climb
Legs are sore from the traveling we do
Body weak from doing this all the time
The destination unknown, you take me
Off we go, no matter the direction
To a brand new location, we go flee
These are the reasons for my affection

How I would like to be happily wed
To my bicycle before I am dead

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