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Something Is Missing

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Something Is Missing

Something is missing in the cupboard.
It might be a jar of blackberry jam, 
Made of the fruits picked in the summer.
 
Something is missing in the closet.
It might be a coat with big red buttons,
Their bright red cheered me up in the winter.
 
Something is missing in my heart.
I wonder if I know what is,
It can make everyone smile like spring.
 
Something is missing somewhere
If I know what is missing and where
I can fill the ‘what’ into the ‘where’ in the autumn.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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