sekharan pookkat


Dalia


My words
Has lost its charm
Thoughts became
Rapacious
Not rapprochement
Phantasmal
But I want to scribble
Because I want you
To smile always
A smiling friend
Like a bloomed Dalia
With soft pinked petals
Yellow spores
In the middle
Attracting Butterflies around
A lucky lovely girl
From the Normans land
Unknown but known to all
A flying girl
smiling like a neon baby
Keep smiling
To regain
the beauty of my words
And my poetry

Submitted: Sunday, November 17, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 18, 2013
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