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Dorothy Parker - Sonnet for the End of a Sequence

So take my vows and scatter them to sea;
Who swears the sweetest is no more than human.
And say no k...

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Poet: Dorothy Parker
Poem: 18. Sonnet for the End of a Sequence
Volume: Death and Taxes
Year: Published/Written in 1931
Poem of the Day: Nov 12 2003

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