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Assuming she had all the time in the world
And life’s rules did not apply to her

She was frivolous, wasting every chance
As if minutes lost, could once again occur

Seconds, ticking ever so quickly, racing
Passing through the day, she didn’t notice

She spent her life, never seeing tomorrow
So completely blind, and out of focus

And when her time had passed her by
Still, she cared not for what she had lost

She wouldn’t believe she had no time left
She’d simply beg for more, no matter the cost


March Writing Prompt:  Silly Assumptions – Day 7/31

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