Human Tree

Veins filled of water and toil carried to the ends of their portions
The soil,brown,brings the color of blood and sun to its concealment
Grasping the ground with the debris of its prior self
The jagged rind crawled upon by the minutest
Its demise held by the roots of its birth
Life spread only by the wind and its fays
Latter, alone, merely ,then one

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