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Life's Imaginary Mural Is Real

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Leafless trees like skeletal weeds
Sprouting from darkened soil
Such graceful seeds committing incestuous deeds
Enough to make Her blood boil

Diamond puddles stained on my windowpane
Mother earth's tears some may call rain
The moon gazes at blossoming daphodiles
As hail melts the sky like gargantuan pills

Ingenuity stirs as mother earth purrs
Her smile shines in the sky colorful blurs
Whereas green grass grows
As waves wiggle their toes

As I whistle a tune of merriment:

How I marvel at this wonderful sight
Behold these snowflakes pearly white
As the sky clears the Sun's cheeks blush
Awe-struck at these green pastures like oceanic lush





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