poetry critical

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Random Poem:

If I Find Juniper, I know I’m Home
Romanspring

On a warm winter night with calming winds
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a grieving man dragged himself like a second body
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The streets were dry with salt residue
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“If I find juniper, I know I’m home.”
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Some houses sit and some lay, but this one stood,
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It stood for his lungs full of honey air
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And wishes that had yet to come true
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“Juniper…”
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His love, alone in a white room
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With wood floors and crisp music
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Through the window he could feel the shining chandelier warm his face
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