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A Winter Para.

By Laqaunza, Sicklerville, NJ

Winter candy in the sky-wind
Blows so slightly on you cheek
Foxes, birds, and bears no more
Coats, gloves, and jackets to warm
Flowers are now dead or buds to rise
But one old young wallflower
Stands tall enough to reach the sky
That I can see out the clear glass window frame
When the sun returns to mother earth
Those things once covered with snow
Hidden in the white sparkling of glow
Come out to greet a friend of me
The Cherry Blossom Tree

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