Flower Petals - Poem by Alexianna Brandhagen
Who do the willow's branches droop?
They droop because the willow weeps
She weeps for hearts broken.
Why do the wolves' voices howl?
They howl because the wolf mourns
He mourns for lives taken.
Why do the bird's wings fly?
They fly because the bird searches
He searches for souls lost.
Why do the flowers' petals bloom?
They bloom because the flower hopes.
She hopes for the bird, the wolf, and the willow.
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