Edith Duroseau

(Richmond Hill, NY, USA)

A Corner Of The Garden Of Eden - Poem by Edith Duroseau

Astonished I curiously looked upon
Those real delightful velvety wonders
Bright flowers scented with unique odors
They resembled enchanting young damsels
Curtsying some were even shaped like bells
All titillate people's eyes and noses
Close to some plants a little girl pauses
A bunch of hyacinth aloof solemn
Attracts her tenderly she plucks a gem

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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