Apples can come in all shapes and sizes,
Haakon B Wiken
Haakon B Wiken
Jul 22      Jul 23

Apples can come in all shapes and sizes,
Two apples they are not the same,
See one and it's in your hand before it realizes,
Choosing the right one is part of the game,

They can look so sweet from where you sit,
But once you bite into that rotten part,
It changes your whole perception of it,
And can send and arrow through your heart,

To me I'm an apple not wholly bad,
To you the shiniest and most delectable you'd seen,
Sadly more bitter than you what thought you had,
But with time to ripen fit for my queen.

For apples to be we are both bruised,
We have been hurt and reduced,
Some visible, and some I denied the clues,
Yet together us perfectly flawed apples have fused,

Like a pair that only comes in a dual pack,
Still we cannot unfeel what we have felt,
Nor take back the damage i have dealt.
I vow to bring us back on track.

Let me be your sun,
Your source of growth,
Your only one,
So hear my oath.

I will be your love, your inspiration,
Like the apple of your first impression,
We will roll down hills and across nations,
For this is the long run and not a single session.

I see now that we could endure any weather
From stormy oceans to scorching heat
And one day i hope our seeds grow a tree together
That no other apple could possibly beat.

A something something that flowed through me one late night
*apples have nothing to do with it*.
βέƦẙḽ Dṏṽ

Poverty and no health insurance coverage keeps the doctor away ~
apples have nothing to do with it.

Health insurance
Elle Kris
Elle Kris
Jul 20, 2011

Too young for unforgiving teeth,
Green and bitter.
But you thought I was ready
for your love.

Ten red apples grow on a tree .
Feb 19

Ten red apples grow on a tree .
5 for you and 5 for me....

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a craving for apples
Brianna D
Jul 28, 2013

So long have I had
a craving for apples
But wherever I look
all the apples have dents
or nicks
or bruises
that flaw their once-perfect skin
They're all the same
But one day
one apple in particular
caught my eye
It had perfect skin
No dents
No nicks
No bruises
No flaws
It was the prettiest,
most shiniest apple you've ever seen
"Eat me", it said
And as hunger got the best of me
and I took a bite
I realized that it was a rotten apple
On the inside

Ashley Willson
Ashley Willson
Dec 23, 2012      Dec 24, 2012

Were they supple and
Were they sweet
Fragrance crushed
Beneath our feet.

Orchard wild and
Orchard fair
The applewood
As light as air.

Was it nice and
Was it kind
To hold that orchard
In my mind.

Mem'ry sure and
Mem'ry true
Soft fruit and bough
Bears thought of you.

if you find a worm in your apple, you'll throw it away.
but there are still good parts.
the worm's only in one place.
some people are just too afraid to try the apple again.

we all have worms,
and the question is,
are you too afraid that you'll find mine?

inspired by: "so you have this apple, and its the juiciest and tastiest apple ever. but a worm crawls in it. most people just throw the apple away. but it's still good everywhere else. some people just can't see past the worm."
Billion apples
Jun 30

Slice the apple
Billion apples
And billion others

They are getting brown
Why don't you eat it?

You are busy
Carving red-brownish swans

Stop it
Snow White does not exist
Apples are not needed

The nonexistent seven dwarfs
A dream of a black Cadillac
An eternal long march
Inaudible Amazing Grace

Two billion apple swans
Turning brown and more brown
They frown

At you
Why don't you eat it?

Ashley Somebody


-my brother

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