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Poems By Poet Vera Sidhwa  9/20/2014 8:59:44 AM
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  9.     

Hello

Hello white love, I talk to you once more.
See, I met this handsome man,
And he awaits me at my door.

Hello red anger, I talk to you again today.
You know that handsome friend?
Well, he just went away.

Hello blue sadness, I talk to you again.
I just came walking in,
From the grey trickling rain.

Hello green envy, I talk to you one more time.
He told me he loved another,
And I'll hate till the end of time.

Hello grey confusion, I talk to you again tonight.
I do not seem to see,
What is wrong and what is right.

Hello white love, I talk to you once more.
See, I met this handsome man,
And he awaits me at my door.
 
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Pressed Flowers

Pressed flowers,
Were blooming flowers,
Once upon a time,

Pressed flower's beauty,
Always stayed,
In my mind.


The petals fleshed out,
Only yesterday,
Turned into flatness today.


Flowered in dried-out form,
Spoke of their stories today.
They had so much to say.

Stories of bloom time flowers,
Stories of rapid rain showers.
Stories of sharing a garden,
And stories of wild abandon.


These pressed flowers knew everything
 
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Thorns and Wildflowers

Does it seem that this field,
Laden with wild thorns and wildflowers,
Mean that thorns would gain power,
Over freshly blooming petals,

And ruin the happiness of nature?

What would then be the meaning of thorns,
Conquering the soft, smelling flowers?
An unnecessary battle fought,
In the field of nature's innocent beauty.

The thorn or the flower,
Together both or not ever.
 
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  12.     

Animal's Luck

Bees, birds, bugs and bobcats,
Mice, rats, rabbits and wildcats,
Blossoms, bunnies and bladder pods,
Ducks, bulrushes and butterflies.

And one huge lion to eat them up.
For his relished and savory sup,
All of them down,
On their animal's luck.
 
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