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The Flower's First Frost

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My sisters are gone.
Gray cotton grows to shield our glowing father.

The crystalline cold befriends gravity,
Trying to pull me down.

The sky weeps these shivering tears,
A silent sting with each graceful touch of my petals.

The hardened ground freezes my feet in their tracks,
I am starved and wilting.

The trees- they have lost all their cover.
What has become of my home?

I am lonely; I capsize under the glassy sheet.
But I, we, will be back next Spring.





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