dwight delleva


Geo - Poem by dwight delleva

The land was located
Northwest in between
Night and dawn was blessed
Cause there grows the plants green

The lake links with Lone Debris
There’s a waterfall
Stands the sacred tree
In the middle

And over the falls
There’s a body of water
Which encircles
Which provides the matter

It owns the widest forests
It owns the green portal
With the space that’s strangest
Differed spoken lingual

There also lives
Living creatures
They looked weird
Big are their statures

With a subtle atmosphere
Loud noise’s distiller
It was a paradise
Where the floras and mildew rise

Water reflects none
Filled the longest lake
The gopher enjoys the sun
Healthful air disturbs none the nostril

Gills who own this animal
Swims by the effervesce
On the clearings dwell the cattle
And the predators freely rob a briefcase

Happy are the toads on the pond
Gotian’s consume grass on the dale
Phoenix’s scored a number from their band
Dwandle’s convey to the abundant sanctuary filled gale

Favors the peacefulness
And the noise disposal
Dolefulness eraser that can calm distress
Dominates each owned domicile

The petal – evolving seeds
Emits the most delicate smell
The air was scented
Solemn the scowling scoundrel

The edible fruit displays
The serenity was unselfish
Trees’ glooms like varnish
Helpless dragonflies – the hungry slays

The twigs sways
The branches poised
The lightning rolls the film
Here comes the rain.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 5, 2006



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