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The lovely Helene of Willow Poetry has challenged us with “What do you See?”.  You may write a poem, haiku, tanka or short story that represents what you see or feel within you.  More info can be found in the link below.

Two maidens, quite fair, with the sly of a fox

Take heed when you greet them, too near

Each holds the one which matches her locks

Pick wisely, or else, face a lifetime of drear

She, who holds white, holds the heavens above

Pristine and untouched, by mere mortal hands

She who holds red, holds the demons below

Eyes closed, she drips vile, where she stands

Cloaked as forest foxes, though, easy to tell

Who is who, they still have their ways of hiding

Do you really know, which one you have met?

Think quickly, there is no time for deciding!


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