Gerry Legister

Rookie - 662 Points (21/01/66 / Silver Spring, Westmorland, Jamaica)

Pearl of the heart


Culture and custom is pearl of the heart
Created beings reside in the suburban
To regenerate the beautiful work of art,
Descend of district from every nation.

Innocent smiles clamour amides danger
Character spread like rainbow ribbons,
People with creative minds together,
Bring values out in their emotions.

Culture and custom is pearl of the heart
The all new day is found in a lively crowd
Freedom to grow and make a new start,
Sit by the road or hide in reliable fold.

Searching without the gold to renew
The things we miss make design effortless,
Old architecture ignored or undervalue
Enthusiast and lovers getting undress.

Crises rise in association with prevalence,
The vintage prize is a quiet pearl of the heart,
In crowed communities formed an alliance,
Love had gathered there before the chaos start.

Submitted: Saturday, February 01, 2014

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The poem is about mixed communities

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