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Luna Moon


Long Life Tulip


I'm a Long Life Tulip,
I fight through the pain.
I've got nothing to lose,
And nothing to gain.
Plant me in Fall,
Seclude me in dirt.
I know its unintentional,
You can't feel the hurt.
Selfless as I am,
I'll bloom in the spring.
In winter I cry,
In summer I sing.
You'll admire me so,
And I'll brighten your day.
You'll care for me more,
So long as I pray.
But soon prayers don't matter,
And I'll wilt from neglect.
Being left there to die,
Without resurrect.
I'm a Long Life Tulip,
Or thats what they say.
But with lonely neglect,
I only whither away.

Submitted: Sunday, July 05, 2009

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