Ghi Palmares

Her Ever Changing Moods

Loud and proud,
Her voice stands out,
From one corner of the cloud,
To the point where thunder shouts.

Sweet and charming,
Her smile can be disarming,
To one helpless stranger,
Or to the most humble of her co-workers.

Smart and elegant,
Her actions remain prominent.
Envied by the arrogant,
Yet admired by the affluents.

Warm and caring,
In her heart, there's no comparing,
To the kindness that she is sharing,
Amongst the people in her surrounding.

But the lady is also human,
Vulnerable and tender.
Only now, did I understand,
How I turned out to be an offender.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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