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Leave Nothing Undone

As I gazed at her naked form,  
my conscience whispered,  
“In our few remaining days,  
we’ll not be condemned for what we did,  
but those things left undone.”
I answered, “And so, my morally bankrupt friend,  
let us leave nothing undone.”
I thought of that earlier conversation as I viewed her sleeping,  
thankful for the pleasures we had shared and wondering  
how many days we had remaining.
Written by LostViking (Lost Viking)
Published | Edited 24th Nov 2021
Author's Note
Today I learned of the death of a former love. Too young! I was thankful that we'd left nothing undone.
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