Paul Mwenelupembe

Amelia Rose At Summer Park

On the blink of an eye
Amelia Rose here at Summer Park
It poured a sense of inward roses
While the open sky received a summer free
And wired the dinning set on faces

It came out, such a pregnant of heart beats
Dancing, jumping but with that slow jams
Of such souls raining side by side
A sea went into a long beach of stories

The river had to take the line
And all courses from their blossom
Were tied to such river run
Until it reach at the brim of the sea

There was a bucket full spoken
From that youth river, middle stage
O’ on that flood plain
From the highest mountain of roses
At last a struck was heard into the sea
Of push of Amelia rose

Submitted: Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 09, 2013

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It was a day of stories with the Amelia rose.....A love story! ! ask the persona for more..o' the so called darling now! !

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