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I remember dancing 
Around the cornflowers grandma planted
And they became something enchanting to me
So I planted them too 

And I waited for you, grandma
Like you never left
I waited for your smile 
To dance across 
My horizon

How I love you, grandma

And the cornflowers 
They love telling us of the grandeur
The simple realities
We were once so blind to see 

Dressed in blues and purples 
Pinks and whites
Swaying in the wind
Singing to us
Amazing grace 

That's us forever

© 2021 Loly Rinn
Photo by Irina Iriser on Unsplash
Published inLatest Poetry

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