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Read it out. Read it outside. Read it out loud. Read it out to a friend. This is the wonderful world we have been given to live in.

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Dixie
I collect weave poetry to put on my site. I like this one very much and would love to have it with some others I have picked out.
basia
Nice, simple poem that paints a picture!
basia
I like the simplicity of this poem and the picture that it creates.
GABBI
I REALLY LOVED IT, IT WAS A REAL DEEP POEM AND THATS A GOOD THING. I PUT IT IN MY BOOK OF FAVORITE POEMS! KEEP WRITING GOOD POEMS LIKE THAT!

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Open Weave

Cast a spell
weave it well
of sun and flower
and summer's power
bind it fine
with briar and vine
and creeper's length
and autumn's strength
wrap it slow
with frost and snow
and gently tie it
with winter's quiet
and then spread wide
on every side
from mist and dew
spring's garb anew

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Kamla
Just love it, Ted...it dances.

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