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Trust is a glass jar.
It can hold fragile things.
Yet, it can shatter in an instant.
Once it breaks, it's hard to fix.
Trust is a bridge.
It connects people.
Once it collapses,
You lose everything.
Trust is a hornet's nest.
You don't want to mess with it.
Once you do,
It will fall
And sting you in the butt.
Trust is a heart.
It keeps flowing.
You have to be careful with it.
If it stops,
Then it dies.
By: Jacquelyn 8th grade