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Brandy Brenna

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AM


I am the flower and the music
I wonder how many miles i will have to walk
I hear the birds chirp back and forth
I see the music float by in my ear
I want the water to go through my teeth
I am the flower and the music


I touch the warmth of my bed
I worry that i will die
I cry when i hear my best friend's name
I am the flower and the music


i understand the milk is cold
i say god is true
i dream of sleeping and never waking up
i try to do my best at school
i hope we will live forever
i am the flower and the music

Submitted: Friday, February 19, 2010

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