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The Book and the Flower.doc

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Published by Timothy B. Thayer
This is a poem about a man starting out as a teenager and a special relationship that was developed between the boy and a girl who had written a lot of sayings on an old romance novel he bought. Over the years he became quite fond of who that person was. Then they met quite unexpectedly and became fast friends after that.
This is a poem about a man starting out as a teenager and a special relationship that was developed between the boy and a girl who had written a lot of sayings on an old romance novel he bought. Over the years he became quite fond of who that person was. Then they met quite unexpectedly and became fast friends after that.

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Published by: Timothy B. Thayer on Oct 28, 2013
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 THE BOOK AND THE FLOWER
 
A lad of eighteen That’s not really very oldI arely !ee" #y nose $leanAnd I still do %hat I’# toldB&t I’ve develo" a tr&thOf %ho #ost "eo"le are That has never failed #eIt has ta!en #e '&ite far(o %hat I’# ao&t to sayHas defined #e as a #anIt I elieve as gos"elI !no% li!e the a$! of #y handI %as at a oo! sale There %ere these old additionsI really loved to readIt %as !ind of a fa#ily traditionI ha""en to "ay three dollars For this old ro#an$e oo!I %as intrig&e y it’s a""earan$eHo% the front $over loo!ed(#&dged) s$riled in "enIt said) not seen yo&) &t I love yo&In this oo!) riddled %ith sayingsWith this $olored "en in! of l&e The %ords %ritten %ere ea&tif&lAnd I elieve the# to e '&ite honest These %ords of Farrah Lightly (he I e$a#e the fondest  This infat&ation) %ent on for ten years Till one night at a oo! signingI %as s&ddenly ro&ght to tears*y favorite Ro#an$e novelist

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