Sharon DeRemer

(San Jose, California, USA)

Inside Blooming - Poem by Sharon DeRemer

Shatter, shatter, shatter,
The shackles come off
with a scream and a, so, resounding clatter
Breathe deep, deeper, deeper,
Feel the bloom within
as the joy peals 'round inside the self faster
It's sweet, sweeter, sweeter,
Than the children's love
given without condition or with fetters

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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