The Rose Vase

Poem By Sidney Johnson

A single rose within a vase,
What gift its bloom might give,
And cause a broken hearted soul
To struggle on and live.
Austere in nature's special way,
The thorns a solemn reminder,
That love is worth its golden weight,
to those who dare to find her.

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