Kevin Patrick

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Ladybug Smile - Poem by Kevin Patrick

Ladybug smiles, burgundy on my wall
Sauntering tapestry; gently and noble
On six tiny legs gallop a plump little parasol
Towards a beige canvas of tiled mould heavens

Ladybug raindrop, of glossy enamel
Decant out a jungle on vertigo deserts
A sunspot of scarlet hangs onto your navel
Quixotic nascent my serpentine empress

Ladybug softly, removes my last tempest
A portrait of Mary beams in your concave
Six dots colored black, make up the best harvest
With you up above there's is no need to now parlay

Ladybug quilts me, a guardian angel
Quietly painting my face with her sunshine
You soothe hookah visions you wanderlust royal
Regaining the axletree my antenna Duchess

Ladybug merry, my eyes to your parade
Exciting and vibrant I'm flowing to rise
In your elegant scarlet's a corset display
Where I am going to join you in the life we can fly


Poet's Notes about The Poem

There was a ladybug hanging on top of me, it just made me think
and yes she did let me smile

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 17, 2012


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