Diana M. P. Chang
Standing By Neighbor's Garden - Poem by Diana M. P. Chang
Whose fragrant perfume spreads in the air?
Bees and butterflies come to enjoy the shares.
A bird chatters alone at the flower's side,
It won't know I stand by to steal the musical rhyme.
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