Pearls - Poem by linda jenkinson
Give me sparkling new air and rainbows
A deep blue ocean that I can swim in
Green grass and trees that shadow with ease
Pass me that full bodied red.
There's no need for these jewelled settings
She says as she chokes on her pearls.
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