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Fireflies in the magnolia trees,

Burning brightly in the night,

In the coolness of the evening,

Firefly passion burning bright.

They only last a season,

Barely three phases of the moon,

They have no earthly reason,

To waste a precious night in June.

Learn well the lesson of the firefly,

Waste not the gentle season,

Far too soon our winter comes,

Why waste time for no good reason?

Grab on to life with all its strife,

With it’s joy and pain and rage.

Too soon the warmth of June is gone,

Just a memory, turn the page.


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