Mary Yu


Warning - Poem by Mary Yu

Warning
By: Mary Yu

On the warm of Spring,
The blooms started to sprout
And began to soar.
A sweet scent of the flowers
And a fresh scent of
Trees that have grown free.

As Spring passed slowly,
Summer has came with a rain
Like a tear flowing
From the sky of lonely red,
The color of blood.
It’s a warning sign.

Fall has quickly passed,
The nature has turned into
A world’s disaster.
The plants of Green are dying,
It's a sign of death.
Warning’s growing.

Final season came,
The winter of disaster
The leaves are falling
From the tree of blessing one.
The blood of lone heart,
Suicide came to hand.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 8, 2008


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