J. Thomas, Jr.

(Stockbridge, GA, USA)

Peachy And Bloomy - Poem by J. Thomas, Jr.

Peachy and bloomy, enraptured; an
enthralled sugary melting; a fondant:
And a radiant glutinous; like an a-
pian to its mellifluence; finger tips
Of viscid. Peachy and bloomy; a felicity in eden
Picturesque as delineate from its nas-
cence. Venus at sunrise; incontest-
able at a pictorial sunset; under a
Starry celestial. A peachy cherry plum that become abroached
With a leakage, that touch hearts; the
Spillage become a contiguous, persuasive, a
Pulsating bliss; an inimitable beatitude. The Pinnacle of
Peachy and bloomy.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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