A Legendary Flower - Poem by Osama Waqar
Spring cannot shun me.
For I remain, A legendary flower.
I must provide the light, in spite
of hearings fo the hour.
I have in mind a dream so true
in it I always dwell.
Yet autumn tries to rip my cage
apart and I always tell,
That it is time to fught against
the rebels of the sky.
And try and take a higher jump
to hydrate the dry.
But I must learn to build my trust;
and get a little worth.
And this I can because I am
to prove my special birth.
To catch up with the things divine,
Not engine of a car.
No one contrues for I remain:
A legendary flower.
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