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Katherine Sessor

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Friendship is a Rosebush (freeverse)


Friendship is a rosebush that blooms beautiful
When nutured with love it grows stronger
Take away it's petals, they shall regrow

As a rosebush, it contains thorns
Needles that prick the unaware heart
Leaving a bleeding scar that needs to be healed

As a rosebush it will die
When kept out in the harsh winter
It will wither and fall

Friendship is a rosebush that blooms roses
Small blooms of love that is shared by all
But if not loved, they shall wither in the winter

Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Edited: Sunday, September 18, 2011

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