A Cairo Rose
Lily white was his shirt
A red rose sprung from his chest,
It grew bigger and wider,
Too heavy for the man who fell into the dust;
The rose liquefied.
Around him an air of stillness.
As death is portrayed here, so true, an excellent poem on this subject but very very sad! 5 Stars full
Magical and vivid, a subtle portrait of death as stillness closed life. Deeply profound.
thank you for the read
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
A very cute poem! Just beautiful...5 stars