Mrs. Cynosure

Rookie (May 17 1987 / Junction City Oregon)

Rose Bush's Life


have you ever seen a rose bush
grow over a period of time
well it gets bigger and
a lot more complected,
as it grows and expands

it starts as a seed
and with the right care and time
it develops into a bush
but with the wrong amount the bush is not heathy
and may die

that’s the same with a baby
we start as a egg in our mothers tummy
with the right amount of care and 9mounts
we sprout into the world
young, healthy and a able body baby
but if we are not taken care of properly then
we may not live

a rose bush sprouts many different roses
during it’s life time
as if they are sections of there life
generations
of there life time

our lives look and act
like a rose bush
also it starts with one seed
you
then we sprout up and
make our own lives
with a family and
that spouts other things off of us
husband, wife, kids, and grand kids

our lives are like a
rose bushes life
for a rose bushes
are our lives

Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Edited: Friday, January 02, 2009

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