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  29.     

Himalayas Poem #2 In Real Time

In September,
And October be,
This second poem of the Himalayas
Will be written by me.

But that seven year old girl,
In the first Himalayas poem,
Is now all grown-up,
And will actually see,
Her real bungalow,
In in the 2012 year reality.

In the meantime, Google Himalyas Photo Gallery
and Dehra Dun Photo Gallery
to see my town's beauty.

Returning to this reality,
Decades later to the town of Dehra Dun,
At the bottom of the mountains,

This girl turned woman, will be reporting this story as a P O E M.

'The Himalayas #2 2012'


W I L L B E R E P O R T I N G T O Y O U
F R O M T H E H I M A L A Y A M O U N T A I N S
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R E A L T I M E
 
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  30.     

Jumping, Jumping, Jumping

This frog jumped and jumped,
Everywhere he went.
He jumped over a tiny flower,
In the middle of a thunder shower.


This frog jumped and jumped,
Anywhere he went,
For he jumped very fast,
So he could rest at last.


Froggy jumped over the freeway today.
It was a very small jump,
For a big price to pay.


Oops! ! ! Almost!


But then he got up on his skateboard,
To whiz across this freeway.
On this very sunny day.
 
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  31.     

Lit-Up

Lights of the city,
You light up the mighty,
Boulevards of light.


They seem to me so pretty,
These lights of the city
Seem everywhere indeed.


I walked under,
A sidewalk lamp.
Where it diffused the fog so damp.

Lights of the city,
You light up the mighty,
Boulevards of light.

Lights,
You lit-up my heart.
 
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  32.     

My Black Flowers

My black flower bouquet,
Was hidden from all who may have wanted to see.
For these special flowers were meant for me.
Their different petals I did save.

For another day, for a spring time day.


They sat on my dusted table,
Then they were arranged on a glass table.
After that they sat on the back porch.
But try as I may, I was connected to these black flowers.


I found them long ago,
On a trip that my friends didn't know,
Where these flowers caught my eye,
As representing all the colors of the rainbow.

And that is what made them different.
 
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