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Beneath Things of Steel By (Mimi M. Meyer)

Do not change...
How would I consume fruit
From these unfamiliar trees?
How would I recognize that branch
That always embarks me from the distance?
Would it be strong enough to hold me...
Without breaking?

Ode to your simple heart,
That emblazoned blood red orbit
Fiery and gazing;
Falling inward beneath your shore...
Steadfast, without even a single blink.

And what would substitute your waters?
What would make up of this lyrical streamline
That I so love and adore?
The only gravel of sand that I would allow...
To let me sink.

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The One With A Silver Thorn (By Mimi C Mata)

With insubordinate step;
You go looking onward
across your pastures...
Where restless roses
lay their heads.

You see that she is no other
than the rose
with a silver thorn.

You know the one
that frightens you,
when you wish to gather
her magnificence
in your hands...

velvet petals; trembling
rolling off to shiver
in other distances...

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