Houda Boukassoula

Hopeful Love - Poem by Houda Boukassoula

I have always done my best
To tidy up my life events
And put its details in a set
Winds of your romance blew suddenly
dispersing each detail apart
Scattering in it new fresh events
Like daisies sprinkled in a forest
Bringing spring to my heart's desert
If my logic breeze didn't disturb
The array of your life events
My exotic romance scents
Will certainly perfume your nights
The rain that quenches a plant in desert
Can certainly water a tree in a forest
And revive the dying flower in your pot.
Houda Boukassoula

Topic(s) of this poem: hope, love, romance

Form: Free Verse

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 26, 2018

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