No Two People

Poem By Mark Heathcote

No two people are ever-the-same
By day or by night
Their tapers both lit by shame
The joy of their light

No two rivers run smooth or strait
The valley is winding
Their journey is binding
For their love to collate.

No two forests are ever the same
One maybe birch another a willow
One mountainous another a hollow
...But in the main
No two people are ever the same.

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