dee geyrozaga

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Summer After Haikus - Poem by dee geyrozaga

Feel the Zephyr kiss
Fragrant necks, rosy cold cheeks
Brushed by browns and reds

Chirping birds whirling
Colors on meadows blooming
Clouds aloft shifting

Greens mellowed slowly
Goldens falling graciously
Gliding stealthily

Thunderclap echoes
A howling of stormy winds
Pounding foamy surfs

Comments about Summer After Haikus by dee geyrozaga

  • Chitralekha Chetia (10/8/2008 6:51:00 AM)

    I love the picture you paint. If the poem were to be a colour, it would be a zardozi pink. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 8, 2008

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