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Fine Spun



Tapestries of woven fabrics
Rich color and design
Select threads of inner beauty
Fine-spun worth you define
For you there is no substitute
No one can take your place
You're truly indispensable
With peerless style and grace
Show your endowed gifts and talents
Never be shy or coy
When discovered just display them
To bring pleasure and joy
In the celestial galaxies
You are the rising star
There is a luminous aura
No matter where you are
Don't forget that you are special
Unique in every way
The large picture is unfinished
Your niche carries cachet
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Submitted on January 13, 2010

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