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Thursday, July 7, 2011

The Sea That Has No Coast

Rating: 5.0
Flying of golden geese,
Honey Bee in rose.
Funny game plays the child,
Resting in untamed wild,
Hawthorn you chose.

Honeysuckles, hard knuckles,
Raise your glass to toast.
Drink your ale and never fail.
May dreams make you sail,
Through the sea that has no coast.

Wild berry, green fairy,
And all the things that you love,
Burning flame, end of game,
Lost in the crowd of names,
Died the white dove.
Subhashis Pattadar
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Mohammad Akmal Nazir 07 July 2011
Great poem written well with nice texture and imagery. I really liked and rated it 10. Thanks for sharing..... Kindly read and rate my poem 'Abortion' on page 4.
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