F is for Fe

June 8, 2010
By eglantine GOLD, Huntsville, Alabama
eglantine GOLD, Huntsville, Alabama
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Favorite Quote:
a robe. you know... a backwards snuggie.


A soul of iron never breaks
though it may bend or rust
A soul of steel is better yet
but you must excell with what you must

Such is the Puritan philosophy
and Dimmesdale would agree:
If steel cannot be acquired,
resort to old Fe.


The author's comments:
one of many poems written for a school project on the Scarlet Letter.

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