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Broken Shells



Fragments, remnants
Pieces of something
That used to be whole
Now at my feet
Broken, worn
Eroded by the sea
Washed ashore
Jagged edges,
Clean breaks
Revealing inner layers
I stand above
Broken, worn
Tossed by the storm
Wanting more
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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