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A Little Piece of Heaven By Sama Mir

A smooth, light brown guitar in its case
Waiting to be played
Certificates hanging on the wall
Honoring hard work at Taekwon-Do
A velvety, purple stuffed dog
A special reminder of my 9th birthday
Yarn and knitting needles
In an unfinished light blue scarf
A gameboy in its dock
Ready to charge for the night
Jeans and t-shirts hung neatly on dark black hangers
Waiting to be worn
A hutch filled with old, worn-out books
Categorized alphabetically by author
Light pink walls which I despise
Ready to be painted blue
A bright white carpet with a speck of brown paint
Walked over by bare feet, so many times
Folders with completed homework
Proudly standing in their place
A nightstand covered by a gigantic boom box
Listened to, so many times
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by Roald Dahl
Covered with laughter from many kids
Hanging trees beside the window
Home for many robins, hued red and black
My room is the place to be.

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