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Manonton Dalan

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... pearly green


i saw rainbow separate in sheets
gently falling touching my face
i raise my hands catch some of it
makes me happy; am feeling great
skipping, hopping barefoot on sand
enjoying splashing waves come; gone

listen; for every splash a melody
for every drip an un-ending journey
to lips, to heart and flow far away
and i wait, cradle my dreams; a few
small steps, slow thoughts i refresh
while you're reading this i need kiss

Submitted: Sunday, May 18, 2014

Topic of this poem: nature


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