Scattered Dew & Wild Grass - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
'We must convey our sincere regards
as you pour us silvery pearls every night
for a long sleep' Wild grass blessed!
'I am worried how long this could be served
As I heard from the faraway campsite
Giant Lawnmower's annoying scream,
For the coming competitive election
In rivalry they're madly making silky paths
to poor innocent voters? ' Dew responded.
[Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.Thank you for reminding me that others walk uphill just as I do.How often I forget and think that I walk the path of hardship alone.]-Amen
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