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May 2018
a forest laden with the pine’s perfume,
a field littered with blood red tulips,
a waterfall white and luminescent,
a flamboyant ocean floor

a vivid salmon sunrise,
a crisp winter breeze,
a bird’s chirp at dawn,
a jacaranda’s bloom

they asked me to describe you and this is all that came to mind.
Written by
megan  17/F
(17/F)   
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