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A Poem by Richard

In a cherry red field you were planted

With a cherry red kiss

The very thing you couldn't miss

How could this happen to come to be and so soon

You were just resolving why nature's unhappy, and blue

An airplane the size of the dog remember with a flea next door

Sent your neighbour's dream all around the big criss-cross world

this way and that

I'll watch as

You roll over and change your mind

With a friend like you, I'm doing just fine, thank you, but secrets will spill

In every blade of grass, a fortune of small dreams, tears and gum, stuck in your hair

To every cricket who says "I don't I just don't I don't care"

Summer has faith in you and picks you up and takes you away, and sometimes sways, not often

Play your song again, play it all day

Monday freshen up with mounds of jokes from good time 

Could you be any more sweet if you tried?

Could you try to remember these things?

Yes these

© 2016 Richard


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Added on March 8, 2016
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Richard
Richard

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada



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