MOTHER

wild roses

“The passers-by were strangers

Feathered on frayed cobwebs of time,

But the wild roses were still in the corners

Caressing and kissing the sunshine;

Distant sounds died in the clear blue sky,

The wind lamented the fallen leaves dry,

Lines had spread from fingers to the face

But your presence still filled the space”

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