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Lindsey Priest
Huddersfield England
Monday, July 31, 2006

Eternally Beautiful

Rating: 5.0
Exploded,
Riotous colour,
Petals bright as sunshine,
Splashes of scarlet,
Run ragged
To the heart
Of the flower head.
Momentary beauty
For appreciation,
Soon to lose
It’s fresh bloom.
A living, dying flower.

Youthful and pretty,
Gasps of admiration,
Desirable, desired,
Daunted.
More than a moment
Passes.
Weeks, months, years,
Eternally beautiful
Inside.
Bloom withers
But
Soul survives.
Lindsey Priest
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Andrew Blakemore 01 February 2008
Beautiful poem Linsey, it's like a metaphor for life. Your body gradually withers but your soul remains youthful. Well done. Andrew 10!
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