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Spring, 2006
by Mia M Nakao

Saturday, May 06, 2006
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There is something to be said
about the warm days of spring
that have been given to me
year after year.
Surely I am not deserving of
such wonderous gifts,
the smokey dandelions,
the engaging breeze,
the still
quiet
midday
universes
of exploration.
What have I given these days
that has them coming back
for more?
I have been selfish and unaware
and I have forgotten what
beauty is. I have forgotten
what magic is. But I will not
forget again.
I will embrace each day as if
it were my last, and I will always
be begging for more.

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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 5/14/2006
good one
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/6/2006
Sometimes we all forget how truly lucky we are in this world but then somthing or someone takes the time to remind us, this poem is a great nudge to remember this message and I for one thank you for the reminder.
Felix
Reviewed by William DeVault 5/6/2006
lovely sentiment and well written. thank you for sharing this with us.
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