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Extraordinary..
 

 
Sometimes I swim in the sea
When stars twinkle above
Sometimes I climb a tree
To gape at the nest of dove


Sometimes I forget responsibilities
And wander unbound and carefree
Sometimes I drown in the night of riotous jollity
To soak up the sun at dawn with childish glee


Life throws at me many a curve balls
Wanting to leave me in a quandary
At those times, from inside of me appears a girl small
Innocently stretching her boundary


Before the roles, labels and duties
That girl comes like a goddess, not imaginary
That little girl is life's promise
And she is extraordinary.

By Fleur

© 2018 Fleur (All rights reserved)

 

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