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Tear Drops

A tear.
Fell from her eye.
It fell down like rain, driving directly to the ground, hitting the soil.
It soaked the ground, where a plants young roots absorbs the water finding strength, and it unfurled its leaves and stretches upward.
Blossoming, a flower, so sweet and kind. As it stretched up to the warmth, a hand plucked it.
Hands cupped the flower gently as and revealed it to a girl.
She pinched its steam, raising it to her nose, as the wind blew, it flew out of her hand.
The blossom danced on a breeze past a bird. Who soared high in the sky over a lake, where swam a fish whose scales were the envy of all.
The fish swam across the lake, where on the oppisite shore sat a girl, crying tears like rain.





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