Circadian Verse


Plastic Flowers Poem by Circadian Verse


You are out there and I wonder what you truly want
Your face and blurb say what I don't think is right
You say what I think you want me to hear
But this is not what I want to hear
Plastic flowers don't need water

Those pictures are wonderful
Dressed up with nothing but your style
About in a world you make your own
Only those who know you close
Know you are held with what is about you
Plastic flowers don't need water

I am now looking and watching, hearing your sound
From what you have posted
You say black, but white you want...
And the opaque window is for me no more
Plastic flowers don't need water

Submitted: Saturday, October 5, 2013
Edited: Saturday, December 14, 2013

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