Deborah J Richard
Foliage - Poem by Deborah J Richard
Components, secret, hidden from view,
Yet vibrant and outlandish;
Possessing many hues.
A juxtaposition of delicate curves and soft;
With firm resilience, strength,
In rhythm, we support and reach;
Evolve, unfold to greatest lengths.
An intricacy, a gentleness,
A structure so very fine
Simultaneously displaying and blending in;
A blur, sometimes, of lines.
Through all the years and history,
Though many men have tried
We are permanent and vital;
We are women who cannot be denied.
(December 4,2015 San Diego, California, USA)
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