Repetition Poem

We reviewed repetition poems during poetry class the other day and I could not help but laugh.  Around a year ago, during a different creative writing class, we found a repetition poem which was literally sixteen lines of “Not in that drawer.”  Unfortunately I do not know the name of the author, but it was hilarious and intriguing at the same time.  And so I decided to follow his lead when reintroduced to the idea.

To my love

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

Never lost, Never alone.

I am here.

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