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Poems :  The Brightest Smile
 
What did I really know of her--only bright light
That filtered from her smile. Calling me

To something holier. I stumbled to her garden,
And found the rose. Each breast long bloomed.

Beautiful. Was there gray that cloaked
The sea, so wet and wild? No the moon

Did not rise before the tree now fallen.
Even the bees adored her scent.

In the sticky catacombs of sleep. Each day
I see a rose like her.

In a wilder garden, surrounded by pansies
Who hardly gives her notice.


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KarlaBardanza
Posted: 2010/10/17 1:28  Updated: 2010/10/17 1:28
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Lovely piece.Much enjoyed.

Karla B

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Posted: 2010/10/17 21:09  Updated: 2010/10/17 21:09
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Thank you kindly dear lady.

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