Treasure Island

Fitrah Irhamni Rachman


Purple Orchid


Flower is dandelion but
flying up in the dark night
Flower is petunia but
falling down when the dark night
Will it be purple orchid?

Flower is baby’s breath
Dancing along with children song
Flower is Adonis death
Always bloody without sore
Will it be purple orchid?

Flower is white rose
Lullaby for a baby slumber
Flower is black rose
Sprawling, pale, numb through cancer
Yes, it always be purple orchid

Submitted: Friday, May 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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This poem is made by my friend and me. We made it as our assignment in 'Poem Analysis' class in our University, but we made this poem with all our hearts and soul in other to give beautiful poem not great poem. My friend who made it along with me is Eka.

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