Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Purple Flowers


Purple Flowers
To my Violette

Memory;
Of my mother.
Alive and laughing pretty,
putting flowers in a vase,
water for the roots.
Why mommy, why do you do that?
A little boy full of wonder___
life can be like that.
So I can save them and see them,
because I love you.
Picking purple flowers,
purple flowers in the rain,
purle flowers hide my pain.
You do love me dont you mother,
purple flowers,
stain.

Charles R Hice

Copyright ©2006 Charles Hice

Submitted: Friday, April 14, 2006

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