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Green Fruit MALIZ ONG
MALIZ ONG

They hang in the tropical forest

Fruits of varied colors and shapes

Spikey and prickly with so many bumps

The asparagus green is the very best

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Hidden among the flood of hot green

They are a certain treasure to be sought

A burst of divine sweetness fills the mouth

Refreshing moments in between

~

The question, though, is what made the ancients pick these ugly fruits and open them to find they were so wonderful? 😉

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© Carol Campbell 2016

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  1. to see tropical fruits growing in their native habitat is a very strange sight indeed – anonas, pecans, papaya, on and on – but they taste especially sweet and fresh.

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