The Little Review (littlereview) wrote,
The Little Review

Poem for Saturday

The sweet apple blushes
on the end of the bough,
the very end of the bough
which harvesters missed --
nay, not overlooked,
but far out of reach.


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And speaking of the Greeks, I liked this by viva_gloria a lot.

Okay, I DID make an effort to skew the results but if I'd come out Harry Potter I would have been distressed.

What fantasy movie are you?

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