• Bark-dark skin of warm hearts uphold Her.
  • Children in gardens with arms stretched, catch
  • A breath – both theirs and from far away.
  • Cherubs wash away struggle; grant a
  • Life without trouble; landscapes double;
  • Yet blisters of light lead dreams astray.
  • You, too, can allow sunshine to soak
  • Upon skin, where Her treasures hide
  • And mist falls, keeping worries at bay.
  • For verdant She stands;
  • She serves without demands,
  • Each load feeds the dreams of my brother.

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