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Learning to love

I run
green fingers
to untangle
the stubborn
intertwined
strands,
I water
shriveled roots
that unclasp
coarse earth,
give up,
I coax
prodding and nudging
gently reminding
them,
to love
life
little by little.

 

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Written by SoulReserve

SoulReserve is an ardent writer and a wistful poet. She has written over 700 pieces of contemporary poetry and has a great following on her Tumblr blog. Her poetry explores love and its tumultuousness, the fantasy and zest in nature, allegories that provoke thoughts and evoke tender feelings. All this belies her real profession, she’s been an IT engineer for over 11 years. She also writes about science, technology, travel and ecology. She enjoys the perks of being a wallflower. But you can reach her at soulreserve@yahoo.com.

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