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Example of Alternating Rhymes

Each day I must face, death in small doses.
Your parting has taken, kindness in life.
I long for the end, when it all closes.
For lost are the days, I call you my wife.
Wish for the peace and want of the feeling-
until my heart stills and frees me from you.
Left forsaken, no comfort, no healing-
shut out my mind and forget what I knew.
And when it shall come, time my dying-
release of the burden, shall not reveal,
no cheek for my tears, my woes, my crying-
denying my fate, attempts to conceal.
Come hold me my lord, please hear my last plea.
For, Death in small doses won't set me free.

"Death in Small Doses", Sonnet by William Shakespeare

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