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Jeong Jung


Jade


Jade is the zest of a lime
Jade is the stem of a tree
Jade is the smell of the lawn
Jade is the salt in the sea

Magenta is the flush in embarrassment
Magenta is the blossom of a rose
Magenta is the juice of a raspberry
Magenta is a sweet lily which grows

Cyan is the cool of the wind
Cyan is the breeze of the waves
Cyan is the sky above us
Cyan is the polar ice caves

Jade is the zest of a lime
Jade is the stem of a tree
Jade is the smell of the lawn
Jade is the salt in the sea

Submitted: Sunday, May 11, 2008

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  • Rookie Yuri Duraan (5/11/2008 9:32:00 AM)

    So it always comes back to Jade, doesn't it? Very nice poem and well put together. Thanks (Report) Reply

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