Doris Paul

(Detroit, Michigan)

Easter - Poem by Doris Paul

Eggs: yellow, pink, and amethyst,
A symbol of earth's Renaissance,
Set within the awaken'd womb;
Tulips: mauve and alabaster,
Ever mindful of the Master's
Resurrection from mortal tomb.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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