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Poem for Valeriya

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Ok so you challanged me and I thought I would give it a go. What do you think of my poem about a box!

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Submitted: February 27, 2013

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I see you peering, looking within

At the walls cold and yet smooth

Covered with organic pasty skin

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Its solid lines and strength a sin

But you are draw to its power

To hold your heart deep within

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You want to be free of its grasp

But every day you need its help

As you boldly take on life’s task

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Without it a present can’t endure

And to send a gift of love

Its safe arrival you would be unsure

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It takes all that we as humans can give

As it travels a dangerous journey

To ensure at times others may live

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Next time you hide behind your locks

Take a moment and dare to dream

About life without the humble Box!


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Poem for Valeriya

Poem by: Ian Dawn

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

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