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neo titi


snow


I wish I could preserve a snow flake
A single being outstanding
Its life is never ending
Prevails in all its essence

Does not wither in the winter
Nor does it wilt like the leaves in autumn
It does not fade like the days
Remains intact forever

I wish I could preserve happiness
Withstanding the winter breeze and
The summer day
My face will not know a frown nor my eye know tears

A happy smile will be all my mind has ever known

Submitted: Saturday, April 26, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 26, 2014

Topic(s): happiness


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  • Rookie - 900 Points Susan Lacovara (4/26/2014 10:42:00 AM)

    To preserve the happiness you long to capture eternal, one must plant the seeds of that sunlit emotion within his heart...water the lovely memory...and hope it grows even stronger and more beautiful. A lovely piece you have penned! PEACE (Report) Reply

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