Shirley K.W. Ka
Water - Poem by Shirley K.W. Ka
A common matter in daily use,
A familiar touch in caress.
Seldom preferred when choices emerge,
to sooth and hydrate my thirst.
I never treasured you like a pot of gold,
Or valued your presence's worth.
Yet if one day you should disappear,
All of living shall be doomed.
Life would be dry,
Without you, I'd surely die.
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