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Theodora (Theo) Onken

Washington State
Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Full Bloom

Rating: 5.0
Infatuated by her fragrance...
And the apples of her cheeks
She drew him in as a moth to a flame;
In a garden-where only lovers arms embrace;
Near a pond-where mirrored bodies reflect;
Entwined in the emerald tendrils of grass
Only the breeze knows of their splendor;
Summer is like a never ending fire-you know...
Where reckless abandon-never sleeps
But stirs-wide awake-as the summer sun at high noon;



By: Theodora Onken

March 14,2012

Dedicated to love and lovers everywhere.
Theodora (Theo) Onken
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COMMENTS
Pamela Sinicrope 21 May 2016
SO evocative and romantic, 'entwined in the emerald tendrils of grass.' It's beautiful here today. I need to go outside. And the line that 'summer is a never ending fire'....I like that too. Well done.
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Theodora Onken 14 March 2012
Linda Maree, i thank you for your wonderful words. Glad you liked this.
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Linda Maree 14 March 2012
I almost thought i felt a warm breeze upon my back with this poem. Beautiful
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