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Desert Rose

written by: Mary Bone


Desert Rose
was the color of her gown.
She had pale cheeks and a hollow frown.
Beauty was seen at its best.
Pouting lips were turned upside down,
when Desert Rose came to town.

Mary Bone

Mary Bone

Mary Bone has written two books of poetry and is currently working on a third book. Some of her most recent poetry can be found at Literary Yard, Magazine Record BlogSpot, Whispers in the Wind BlogSpot, Our Poetry Archives and The Poet's Gig. Some of her stories and poems have been previously published at Spillwords and the Homestead Review has accepted three poems to be published in the Fall online issue.
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