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the black rose

it wa s the black rose that had died but the thornes remained with there sting, the rose has pedals that shrivel and fall , like the worms that crawl, a rose with all its fragrance , soon that will go too. itbeauty is  beauitful  its  touch is light  but soon  will be  out of site. the black rose  unlike  the other  colors  is  stronger  in its  life  .,but  will have  its  day also of its  own darkness.

Copyright © rochelle smith | Year Posted 2012


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