Glimmer in the Distance
By Teresa Dean Smeigh
copyright September 9, 2015
Seen in the distant road way,
Fatal if you’re caught.
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Fatal, adjective: causing death, leading to failure or disaster.
Glimmer, verb: shine faintly with a wavering light; noun: a faint or wavering light, a faint sign of a feeling or quality, especially a desirable one.
Impartial, adjective: treating all rivals or disputants equally; fair and just.