Preserve Truth

one-line poetry prompt

She unties the twine, peels back the gingham square, twists to break the seal, savours last year’s crushed-and-sweetened blush bounty, and announces: “If only we could preserve truth like berries.”

Photo by Morana T (Pixabay)

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