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Nov 2018
Your subtle beauty was formed in darkness,
Created in her heart's cold atmosphere.

I keep on seeing you everywhere--
Settling on the green grass,
Lying on the sunflower's leaves,
Trickling down the car's windows.

To find beauty in the mundane
Wasn't difficult at all
So I stretched and reached out to you,
But you began to fade
When the first streak of my sunlight hit you.

Would you rather stay in her coolness
Than bask in my warmth?
Perhaps I'll just let you embrace the night for now
And tomorrow I'll rise and try again
Hoping that you'll learn to love
The warmth that my daylight can bring.
Bless Senora
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Bless Senora  25/F/PH → JP
(25/F/PH → JP)   
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       Fawn and Manuel Hutchinson
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