Sandi Alford

Upon The Garden Wall - Poem by Sandi Alford

Although she
wilts and falls to dust, next
spring she'll bloom in hearty lust, here
in the garden of my dreams aloft and comely.
A fragrant queen among the rest, she'll
reign supreme upon the
garden wall.

In velvet
gown with slippers spiked, she
holds a morning dewdropp tight within
the bosom of her charms for all who wander past
the path beneath the gentle leaves, and
spies the rose upon the
garden wall.

(© March 2007 Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 4, 2008

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