Pius Didier

Veteran Poet - 1,207 Points (20th march,1992 / Mwingi, Kenya)

The Lilac Flower - Poem by Pius Didier

In the morning before dispatch
The little lilac flower flourished
With a sweet nectar seen via a glade
Its smell awakes the bees
That profoundly launches a prodigious dance
A dance to welcome the born
The little lilac flower

In the afternoon's glare
The little lilac flower mature
Its petals stares colourfully bright
And filaments sharp and straight intact
Its scent disseminates around
Around and around to remind the bees
The little lilac flower

In the evenings shadow
The little lilac flower falls low
With a thud then withers
For the bees broke its filament
And tore the membrane nonchalant
Blase to sip and dry the nectar
The little lilac flower rancors

Topic(s) of this poem: nature


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2015



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