LSAT: A Sonnet

by Daniel Kronovet

Reading passages together, late into the night
Talking of poets, ancestors, law, and land
Playing games with each other, in plainest sight
Grouping swift runners, ordering buckets of sand

I’m never sure, time after time, how I feel
Sometimes you’re sufficient to drive me mad
But I’m contrapositive that our love is real
I know that our struggle is necessary, despite my sad

Your crisp pages flutter in the autumn breeze
Your five sections grip me in with fingers of willow
In your eyes I see the promise of a life of ease
Your questions, posed, make my mind billow

Although sometimes I feel that this has all been chance,
All my life I will remember this whirlwind romance.

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