Centerpiece

The dining room table needs a nice centerpiece
Something not too shallow, big enough to matter
A fresh lovely bouquet, an arrangement platter
Something that is special that bring the room it's peace

When the right elements are put on this display
A perfection exists and there's need to remain
A calming, soothing touch to weather all the pain
That life brings during storms, and throughout cloudy day

If it's thrown to the ground, the centerpiece survives
Shake it up and place it, back to rightful center
So that you can see it, being epicenter

Looking upon its beauty, it's perfection archives
Filling this great table with its eclectic touch
Colors that shine through clouds, admiring it so much!

◄ The book ending

Deafness ►

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