Sept. 13, 2022

Unbound

by William Irving (author's profile)

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Unbound
Line Prom "When Our Two Souls" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

When two souls!, pre'clud'd a bridge near-long,
sanctioned by prisons gates low-higher,
Lengthened in short til hope is wrong day night'
grumble thou a pre' clusion enwrong = much! n'such abandon'd here piles yer ong.
Optimism counter. contends aspire
n'hopes I'd bow my head shamed, less admired
The fuel aseek exonerations' prongs -
'where two souls stand up erect; unbound,
unddivided by fence - or - voltages' charge
affording friends 't' build bridges n'meat,
"Some per'fect christmas - n'-the-summer found!"

OHHH!, how liberty doeth per'fect LORGE,
an acre or rwo 't' foundation sweet - 6/15/22
7:29am wm.irving - el

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Unbound

*Line from "When Our Two Souls" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

When two souls!, precluded a bridge near-long, sanctioned, by prisons' gates, low-higher, lengthened in short 'til hope is wrung dry high 'T' crumble thou a preclusion en wrong -- much!, n’ such abandoned here piles strong. Optimism counter-contends aspire h’ hopes I’d bow my head shamed, less admired
The fuel aseek exonerations prongs–
*’Where two souls stand up erect; unbound; undivided by fence -of- voltages charge affording friends ‘t’ build bridges n’ meat, “Some perfect christmas -n’- the-summer-found!”

OHHH!, how liberty doeth perfect large, an acre or two ‘t’ foundation sweet–

6/15/22; 7:29am WM.Irving-El

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