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The none seen!



Here, it, is?
No there, there, the wind!
I heard, something!
Me to, me to, I did!
Hold on, I know, somewhere,it is!
Yet, where,could, it be?
No place, we know!
Under, your toes?
Maybe, by, that road!
I felt, my feet, shiver!
Nothing, scary, I know, that came, with peace!
My hairs, stood up!
Mine to, mine to!
The breeze!
The clouds, are speeding!
My necklace, leaving!
That star, was fast, and heated!
Still, I could, not see, it!
Me either, oh my, well, now, lunch time!
We should, be leaving!
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Written on May 09, 2022

Submitted by devon_b on May 09, 2022

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