SHILU MATTHAI


Amethyst - Poem by SHILU MATTHAI

blue moon roses
fill a white porcelain bowl
light lilac petals
with tender veins;
an amethyst glow
fills her heart,
such wonder, glory
in mauve silks;
they fall on the mahogany
table top
little petal boats
a lavender death
like unrequitted love
yet, a certain splendour
doth taint them


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 26, 2005



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