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  33.     

I Thought

I thought in intricacies of neurons,
My thoughts on synapses did run.
They were either filled with dark,
Or many filled with sun.


I thought of wild, crazy days,
My neurons went faster and faster,
But when I thought of depressive days,
My synapses fired slower.


I thought of the world situation,
Of the population too plenty.
My neurons said to me,
How grand the mind is.
 
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  34.     

Mirror, Who am I

<She went to this place, and there stood three mirrors,
And all three were of the same large silvery size.
So then Tara looked into the first mirror,
And looked and asked,
What do I look like to people,
What do I look like I am?
And the first mirror reflected saying
You're fat with lumps on your nose,
With a fat face not even like a rose.
And Tara, tunring red smashed the first mirror with her boot.

Now she moved in a rage like a lion in a trap.
Now knowing what next to do.
But there was something.
So then Tara looked into the second mirror,
And looked and asked,
What do I look like to people,
What do I look like I am?
And the second mirror reflected, saying
You're bony like a toothpick,
With no beauty like a dried-up twig.
And Tara turning red smashed the second mirrrow with her boot.

Not knowing what to do but running around wild,
She knew her last chance, awaited her now.
So then Tara looked into the third mirror,
And looked and asked,
What do I look like to people,
What do I look like I am?
And the third mirror reflected saysing
You're pretty and look like a flower in spring,
So delicate and fragrant and blossoming.
And Tara turning red smashed the third mirror
With a kick, screaming 'Liar, Liar, Liar.'
 
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  35.     

Paper Boats

Paper boats,
On my backyard stream,
Are my pretty backyard dream.


Paper boats,
Floating fast on the lake,
Looking pretty for prettiness' sake.


Paper boat,
Bobbing up and down on the water,
Makes me very happy.
 
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  36.     

Pressed Flowers

Pressed flowers,
Were blooming flowers,
Once upon a time,

Pressed flower's beauty,
Always stayed,
In my mind.


The petals fleshed out,
Only yesterday,
Turned into flatness today.


Flowered in dried-out form,
Spoke of their stories today.
They had so much to say.

Stories of bloom time flowers,
Stories of rapid rain showers.
Stories of sharing a garden,
And stories of wild abandon.


These pressed flowers knew everything
 
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