Vanessa Cabrera

...Wild Flower

she's a girl, only a girl
a girl, who have a frigile heart
but possessed a strong spirit
a girl who have faith

she's only a girl who defies her wisdom
a girl who stand for principles
a girl who belives in justice
a girl who fight for her rights

the beauty inside of her
the purity of her heart
looking for her soul to find happiness

she's a girl who always wearing a smile
a happy and contented person
a girl who wish to have simple life
a girl who have a dream
a dream for peace and love

she's a girl, like a flower in the wilderness
a wild flower always stand after the storm
a wild flower bloom after the rain
even she's in vain
and let her beauty show to the world

she's a wild flower
the wild flower in my heart alone

-vanessa-

Poem Submitted: Friday, April 16, 2010
Poem Edited: Friday, April 16, 2010

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Comments about ...Wild Flower by Vanessa Cabrera

  • Afzal Shauq (4/24/2010 10:29:00 AM)

    an innovative idea with sweet subject..I really loved this poem..well done..so impressive is your poetry and this poem

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  • John KnightJohn Knight (4/23/2010 12:18:00 PM)

    Hi Vanessa - I am honoured to be the first to comment on this lovely Poem by a lovely Filipina ! ! ! ! ! What a GIRL - fragile heart - strong spirit and full of faith - I love it. What else? ? ? Wisdom - principles - justice and right - inner beauty - pure heart - seeking happiness - I love her! ! ! ! Smiling - contented - flower in the wilderness - blooming - beautiful - I love her even more! ! ! ! ! 'She's a Wild Flower - a Wild Flower - blooming forever in MY HEART. Thanks for sharing - Love through Poetry - JOHN X (A wild kiss for a wild flower! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !)

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