% Magic Mauve - Poem by Laa Finita
* Jacarandá: typical tree in Buenos Aires, which flowers are mauve.
Spread all over the city,
longing contrast against
a thousand greens,
jacarandá trees's *
mauve and lilac blooming,
annoucing: 'November's here'
Tiny, it's flowers,
play in gracefull clouds,
in high forests, soft and bright,
in whose heart the world
turns lavender, violet, mauve.
The breeze sweetly cradles,
jacarandá's lilac soul,
all paths're carpeted with flowers,
jacarandás melt into and sky,
and I walk through young memories,
in a world all lavender, violet, mauve.
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