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The Last Red Rose.

The reddest rose is invisible in a crowded bloom. It grows all to soon as wilted matter resumes. Saddened to harvest, but picked solemnly last, it repeats its self in the past. No one sees the beauty it weighs or traces of morning mystic dew that stays.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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