My Noggin Universe: A Writer's Realm of Wonders

Author Richard C. Meehan, Jr.

Notebook's End

Only one page left to write on,
soon to be filled with symbols.
Only one page left to write on,
soon to be filled with communication.
Only one page left to write on,
soon to be filled with thoughts.
Only one page left to write on,
soon to be filled with Hope’s Scratching's.
Only one page left to write on,
soon to be filled with Dreams.
The page is complete!

Notebook's End

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