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Elegy In A Flower Garden

Rating: 4.9
each petal that falls even
from the homeliest blossom
is grieved by the congregation
of blooms in the garden

a solitary demise
is not an isolation

though not heard nor seen
the emptiness it creates
hangs heavy and tumid
untunes the euphony of echoes
and casts thick darkness
in the serenity of white clouds
puts the glade, the lake in gloom

pink and yellow bells toll
an earnest elegy for the fallen
Sadiqullah Khan 22 January 2009
That is why we mourn and want to be surrounded while it is happening. Thoughtfull piece
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This poem as so much soul. 'untunes the euphony of echoes' did it for me. It is very very beautiful and written with such dignity. Karin Anderson
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C. P. Sharma 21 January 2009
An excellent elegy. Even the flowers feel. My mind goes back to Wordsworth: Even the smallest flower that blows To me can give thoughts that lie Too deep for human tears. I am quoting from memory, if wrong, please make amends. CP
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Meggie Gultiano 20 January 2009
you end your pen with wonderful and unforgettable words. A great piece.
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Sandra Fowler 19 January 2009
Your last lines are simply enchanting. Beautiful write. Warm regards, Sandra
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Simone Inez Harriman 13 January 2009
I enjoyed this one Eddie. It is though the flowers sense their own demise through one petal drop.
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Sathyanarayana M V S 13 January 2009
Real poetry with great descriptions, imagery and lovely composition.
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Shagun Khera 13 January 2009
a solitary demise is not an isolation These are lines of a lifetime.....worth an applause.... by the ways...i scribbled something too....by the name of darkest dawn before night....maybe u can have a look at it..
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Eddie Roa 13 January 2009
Your comments are most appreciated Shagun.
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Shagun Khera 13 January 2009
i must say.....this is delicate.....very delicate...
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