One Drop

A single tear,

Rolls down my cheek.

A single fear,

Of which I cannot speak.

A single drop,

Hangs on my chin,

I cannot stop,

My haphazard grin.

A single blade,

Catches my tear.

My fears degrade,

When you come near.

A single tear, or a drop of dew?

To the grass both are true.

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