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Strawberries

By Purpuralady1969

Poetry

Strawberry

Serenity floating in deep space stars and planets surrounding the shell keeping air  and space debris out.

Trouble follows its crew often. Mal says this is a fact. 

Reavers are a common threat, so avoid them unless you have a couple Tams on board, or at least a telepath.

All the food on board has to be clearly marked or people will have the strangest dishes ever. "RIVER!!!" 

Water is scarce in space so they have to go to planets to restock the precious liquid.  Zoey and Wash know this  to be true.

Badger and Niska are two men one must not mess with at all no sirree because they'll betray you soon as breathe the same air.

Everyone was surprised in Serenity when certain scenes happened. The Fans that Kept the Signal going!!! 

Red berries are popular with a certain engineer that knows and loves her ship. "Oh Grandpa.... Strawberries!"

Red is also a color that brings out the pale skin of a certain Ambassador who is also a Companion. Inara is her name.

You can't go wrong with any of the crew. Cross them and they'll get you back double the trouble you caused them.  Shepherd Book would tell you the exact same thing.

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