Budding Love Poem
Upon a time they shared a stem,
He loved her and she loved him,
And for a season all things they shared,
The rain, the light, entwined and paired.
A brisk night came and one seed cried,
"I've kept so much locked up inside!"
She told him of her dreams to grow,
And with a gasp he shared, "I know!"
"For some time this thought has sprouted,"
"But now it looks as if we're outed."
So for their dreams and yearnings sake,
They both agreed upon a break,
One day a gust, that fateful wind,
Brought their binding to its end.
(To be continued...)
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