The Little Hibiscus Grows

The little Hibiscus Grows
In the Winter's brow.
Summer and fall had seized
Their blessing she's ought to feel.

Only the Winter
Keeps her company
She in hardship glitters-
Surrounded by lovely enemies

The purple
Hibiscus Bubbles

Now she's left alone
To bear the burden
The couple are governing;
None to-pay the loan.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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