Beyond The Salty Tears, I Smile - Poem by Champaben Mistry
Through the lavender scent,
The biscuit crumbs,
Roses, bloom at noon.
A compliment I accept dear friend.
The air lighter now, and
Where somewhere in the haze,
I shy away to hide.
You see, as I dazzle and shine,
I am like a diamond mine.
The raw of me is here to see,
The treasure is like a breath of life to me.
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