Rose’s Death

She was soft and white with striking pink eyes Patient to a fault, unless, when gathering wool, You happened to cut deeper than intended. She’d nip your finger and look sadly reproachful Until you repented and promised never to do it again. Her brood of three, Bundles of white just like their mother, Were pliable… Continue reading Rose’s Death

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