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Maylee Bossy

(17/02/95)

Spring Pantoum


Sunlight bleeds through forest canopy
Slipping between my fingers
The daisies glare at me with sympathy
When crushed their scent still lingers

Slipping between my fingers
White petals soft caress
When crushed their scent still lingers
Care free, I could care less

White petals soft caress
Green blades tickle my feet
Care free, I could care less
It's nearing summer's heat

Green blades tickle my feet
Content, yet all alone
It's nearing summer's heat
Reaching for a home

Content, yet all alone
Desperately searching for what I won't find
Reaching for a home
Each breath awkwardly timed

Desperately searching for what I won't find
Sunlight bleeds through forest canopy
Each breath awkwardly timed
The daisies glare at me with sympathy

Submitted: Sunday, April 05, 2009
Edited: Friday, May 15, 2009

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  • Holly Patrick (4/6/2009 8:51:00 PM)

    Maylee...
    I'm kinda liken this poem :)
    Reminds me of all the good times in the summer time :)
    Even though it's about the spring (A)
    Either way, I'm still liken it! (Report) Reply

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