A dandelion lay tucked in the corner of my garden but it was at last found by me. It was pretty and puffed in fluffy white stuff and my eyes took in the singular beauty, Wanting to marvel closer, I kneeled and peeled that delicate white stuff all puffed and pretty straight out — and […]

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Mere babe, so tender and unknowing. who were you? Before thoughts were taught, and curses and blows bound your heart in rigid fiber, Were you trusting? Before the door was empty, and disappointment stole the hopeful breath within, Were you innocent? Before the love was lost, and all your goodness was thrown and broken like […]

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