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They always bring me dandelions,
Yellow gold, fluffy and fine.

I keep them all,
And, come what may,
They always last—almost—a day.

The flowers that they pick for me
Don’t cost a thing;
They’re picked for free.

But the love in their eyes
That I behold
Is worth more to me
Than purest gold.

©2010 Carol Morfitt

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