Dandelions - Poem by Rachel Davenport
They are so pretty yet we discard them.
Why do we discard them?
Because we are afraid, we are afraid that if we don't
the dandelion might grow over all of our flowers.
We are afraid for a reason.
The dandelion will grow over our flowers.
We are afraid, because the Dandelion is the real flower.
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