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The withering tree that did not love me back

when waiting seems painful

and walking blindly hurts,

all you need is a little love.

and no, it does not drop from high above.

it comes from you and your words

of course, minus the curt

and the best things in life are free

so please just hug and kiss me

i remember your smell,

and how it all went so well.

only to find you missing

claiming to be thinking.

now i’m back to before

before i remembered your smell

and the hands of a very dried,

and perhaps really withering tree bark.

Categories: Eleanor Rigby
  1. April 28, 2010 at 11:44 PM

    You have a practical point of view and constantly work to put more order into your environment. In ventures or new directions, you like to look ahead, plan carefully, then apply yourself with concentration and good management. Once you have a goal in mind, you are persistent in its accomplishment.

    You are happiest when you can plan and create a permanent foundation upon which to build your life and your future.

    You can give color and warmth to all levels of living. Be artistic. Express yourself joyfully. Now is the time to follow those inspirational and imaginative ideas you are so excited about. Follow your desire for self-improvement; the year is rich with opportunities for inner growth.

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