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Flawsome

I see an ant, elephant, alligator and a mouse,
They are all different yet same somehow.

Some eat grass while some eat meat,
One needs food to beat the greed.

While they race together till the end,
Each of them have their own share to repent.

Each of them had their own accord,
Some flawed while some cried alot.

Mighty beings with longer strides,
Tiny beings huffing puffing alike.

At the end when they all reached the finish line,
Some left with power, food or muscles all fine.

They were happy in each other’s happiness,
They parted ways with a smile on their faces.

You “flaw” some to grow some,
These four were flawsome.

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I always try to think out of the box. i love poetry and hope to contribute my best to the field :)

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