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Puzzled Earth

December 11, 2015
By meechykeen BRONZE, Franklin, Wisconsin
meechykeen BRONZE, Franklin, Wisconsin
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Silky flowing rivers of blue

Forests of green trees that rustle

What is the world to me and you

Than just one gigantic puzzle?

The surface that bends and travels

Interlocking each, piece by piece

That when shaken, unravels

Into a brand new masterpiece

Rewriting in it’s very own skin

With the pen of patience and time

In the game that no one may win

True beauty one’s destined to find

Across the fractured puzzle Earth

Throughout storms and vicious weather

Travel across his wide-spread girth

To stitch each puzzle piece together

The author's comments:

Simple poem, nothing fancy.

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