Outside

Poem By Candice Renae Williams

A petal to feel,
A leaf in flight,
A bloom to smell,
A thorn in sight,
A flower to steal,
A vine in fight,
A seed to dwell,
And then all is right.

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love these different styles.... This one is different. Does it work>?


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