Destry Miller

(6/21/94 / Utah)

Luminescant Flowers


Warm summer night
Still and damp
Alive with flowers
Bright like lamps
Luminescent flowers
Of the night
Beuatiful force
Aglow with light
Fall in love with
The flower's dust
Glowing lovely
Filled with lust
Foe their nector
Shines sweet
Honey of the
Finest to eat
Call yourself lucky
If you ever see
Light-filled flowers
Such as these

Submitted: Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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