A lone flower

A lonely purple flower in the garden.
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Leafless and dry the plants turn,

Unable to bear the scorching heat,

Withering under the fury of Sun,

Yet again in winter, leafless they turn,

Bringers of pleasant wind on other days,

Stand sad and motionless,

How could the change be so sudden,

You ponder,

When one of the days,

You are surprised with

A blooming of a flower,

A lone flower,

Spreading her sweet fragrance,

As far as she could,

Bringer of hopes and smiles,

In an otherwise gloomy land,

Soon others would follow,

But she will be remembered,

As the one who brought in hope,

As the one who stood tall.

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