Wilted Flowers

A Poem

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All I am is wilted flowers
placed upon your table
and left to age in vain
while life swirls around you
and I become anonymous

These wilted flowers
are symbolic of so much
and emblematic of
this very state of malaise
that we find ourselves in

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Jonathan Greene

Jonathan Greene

Father, poet, writer, real estate investor/team leader, certified life coach, sociable introvert. Curating a meaningful life. IG: trustgreene | trustgreene.com

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