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Nov 2017
This trinket this tiny beads of fashionable
Of stones not acrylic or rhinestones but from
May not be seen in trinket shops or in some
Glass case
Rocks of the Alps looked like little trivial chalks
In one of my traveling that I found the trinket
For her
The small stones tugged at my longing heart
At home her eyes alighted she ask "can I have
This father?"
And I bought her this trinket piece of tiny art
This trinket fashioned from boulders of rocks
To obsidian glistening pearls round her neck
She wore it well matched her hair her pretty
Little locks
Cost me a little fortune but with this tiny trinket
I can looked back
Written by
Mohamed Nasir  60/M/New Malaysia
(60/M/New Malaysia)   
     Lure Pot and Surbhi Dadhich
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