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I Asked My Mother

written by: Rhaster



She spoke
life's seasons
the leaves 
she gave birth to 
and said farewell

the fruit of roots
sunbeams and water
to catch the gold
on covering green

she spoke faded time
and ongoing future
she whispered blossom
and dream was I,



I'm a Dutch poet (and an actuary) who once in a while tries to write poetry in English.

I love writing next to pictures of art.
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