A pain from a Dodo Leaf Poetess!
(I cried warm today
how repressed tears in a big dam.
I cried for you.
because you are not
in your Dodo's ~ Leaf place~
in tears i am
in blue i search
words to make you happy)
The Doc wants to reduce you to a simple leaf
of course he dont know about the importance
and the incredible spirit
built in the branches of an old tree!
Came on Doc, say at once
Am i will die?
NO, no, no
do you know who I Am
I am a Dodo Poetess
the last one, i am in extinction
numbers could do not come to me
statistics could not rules me
Better you fix me and quickly
before the ornithologist comes after you
I need time to find another Dodo
and do a lot of little Dodos too
Are you sad now Doc?
OH! Must be! !
i have something for you
A leaf print on the wind
for your hard heart
that beats in disorder
the delicacy of one Heather
that dissolves and sometimes burn
for stuffy nose and your lack of imagination
Some Dave in the Wood
or in the garden,2 times a day!
for remembering something lost years ago
walk just one time a week!
through the alleys At midnight hour
to cry and to sooth your soul
and for relief a pain that comes from a Dodo Leaf Poetess?
What you can do Doc?
A piece of paper and a pinch of black ink!
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