Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar

Rookie (06.08 1983 r. / Gdynia)

a pale winter went away.


ice icicles are dripping.
the icy heart in a winter, is melting.
the winter is planning the retreat.
because birds on the fence.
announced the close return.

of the spring.

the sun is heating up
more and more
the melt is testing
and is other air
appropriate

for influenza

I saw her how was going,
so proud and pale.
and a reindeer,
that her sleigh
it pulled, and she bent
one's whip

and cracked

I woke up suddenly
when the sun looked
and I was surprised
the spring came back
and after the winter
it didn't stay


of track

like from my dream

Submitted: Thursday, August 27, 2009
Edited: Sunday, August 30, 2009

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  • Rookie Paul Maybury (8/29/2009 4:03:00 PM)

    Your images are strong enough to crash the language barrier (into bits) . Great poem, and a nice change from the majority of poetry found on poem hunter. Keep writing. (Although I don't suppose someone with over 600 poems needs any advice on that score.) I myself take weeks between poems, I read more than I write. But I love writing poems nonetheless. Take care. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Maria Barbara Korynt (8/29/2009 6:32:00 AM)

    Your remarkable imagination, similarly to dreams, are creating splendid field for the poetry. Competently using it, it is possible to write a lot of interesting poems and of not only poems. When you know, even one word will be enough a poem to rise from it. It is excellent exercising the own mind. Wonderfully you are trying to use it.It pleases. Very good and beautiful. :) MariaBarbaraKorynt (Report) Reply

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