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GRANDMA'S PEARL

Poem by: air

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for my grandma on her 95th birthday

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Submitted: May 07, 2007

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Submitted: May 07, 2007

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Inside this body lives a girl

To me she is my hidden pearl.

Past the wrinkles of my skin

I have wings that spread within.

Past these old and achy bones

Abides a place of hearth and home.

I have riches, I've a pearl;

Inside this body lives a girl.

You may not know me intimately,

But I still see myself as she.

If you could see beyond my face

You too would see her in my place.

I've got riches, I've a pearl;

Inside this body lives a girl.

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