Aminath Neena

Veteran Poet - 1,313 Points (Male')

Once Upon A Blue Moon - Poem by Aminath Neena

Forget you she will
Start anew with sheer- will
A new beginning
Scarlet plasma pulsating
In place of blue
Casting aside the glue
Like the cold reptile skin
To be reborn again
Like the lily of the valley
She will finally
Embalm the atmosphere
She will bloom here
Like the wild rose,
With frivolous thorns, she will pose
Rip off her own disgorged heart
And place another made of grey part
A replacement worth testifying
Never be blinded in love's glaring
For, true love is reciprocated, no matter-
Rain or shine the weather
Had she not been carried away by the pleas
Of the silky breeze
She could have avoided the sandy lies
That had stuck in her starry eyes
Thus, it seemed a glass image
Or a reflection as a mirage
And perhaps it was the music of a sierra
In the empty ruins of the Sahara
For which her feet had frolicked too soon
Once upon a distant blue moon

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Bitter-sweet memories of the past

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, April 23, 2012

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