Morning Glory Poem by Bisy Untan

Morning Glory

Rating: 5.0

I sensed a dimmy wail from a din
In the whizzing breeze cool on my chin,
I looked in search down to the yard
Where a vine of Morning Glory quivered.

Filled with buds of electric blue,
The vine was decked with snowy dew,
The petals wrinkled, holding tight
Someone inside lowing slight.

Who? I wondered in my woe
Tried to find out waiting low.
Fight inside the buds, I heared
For the star, with a piece of sky.

(That had hidden in it's heart
With the tiny star before so long.)

The clutches loosened slowly bright,
The star was stuck so hard and tight,
The piece of glory absconded quick,
The Morning Glory triumphantly smiled.

Thousand flowers bloomed out, blue
With the stars in stretched out limbs of green.
The heart where the sky and star hid so long
Became snowy white with dazzling song.

Morning Glory
Friday, February 8, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: flowers,sky
Always felt the presence of the space inside the buds. When the Morning Glory bloomed before my eyes, I felt sure of it.
Jazib Kamalvi 13 March 2019

Write comment. Beautiful poetry on nature, Bisy. Read my poem, Love and Iust. Thanks

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Valsa George 28 February 2019

These flowers seem to have borrowed the cerulean blue of the sky and they are star shaped! Your comparison is so apt! A lovely poem with a lovely image to accompany it! A sure 10

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Bisy Untan 01 March 2019

Thank you..

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Me Poet Yeps Poet 18 February 2019

good poetry blooming glory now do read my moms story MOM'S SMILES Advance thanks

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Sekharan Pookkat 10 February 2019

the space inside the buds is enough to bloom out silently, , , , , , , , , the petals wrinkled not because of holding tight but the melting snow inside the space! right? I appreciate your style of presentation

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