Bob Bowers

Fading Blossoms - Poem by Bob Bowers

I hear your lilting laughter
In summer’s fading light,
Like morning glories after
Sun’s sparkle lifts in flight

It curves around the edges,
A life that we once knew,
Like a vine beneath the hedges,
Its blossoms rainbowed hues.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 5, 2009

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