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Sonnet reminds of own Unsorted items

Poetry by Robert Stone: Sonnet: Unsorted Items
To Robert Stone/ColumbiaMagazine.com

This sonnet reminds me of why I want to find a place in the house to put a hope chest. I would keep old but treasured items in it.Family and friends would be welcome to open it, go inside, and and enjoy looking at the things inside for the memories that they bring, nobody would be allowed to sort and throw away these items.

I have one of Benji's old baby shoes from when he was 4 months old, I have old toys that belong to both Benji and Chris.

I have artwork and essays that each of them made when they were young children:) I have one or two things that I wrote and made when I was a young child:)

s/Lisa Comperry



This story was posted on 2010-03-02 00:55:57
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