Life's Imperfections

Cracked lips, crooked teeth

Uneven posters, tattered torn wreaths

Cheap shampoo, untamed hair

Honking cars, smoke infused air

Profanity carved tables, eraser-less pencils

Leaking roofs, rusty utensils

Unwrapped presents, stubby leafless trees

Bruised fallen apples, scab covered knees

Unhinged doors, shatter window

Blurry pictures, colorless rainbow

Broken goodbyes, two soul mates ripped apart

Plucked flower petals, duct tape sealed heart

This poem is about: 
Our world
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