mendeez ellen


White Rose


Pure, vulnerable as it used to be,
Where sweet fragrance rushing to meet by a bee

White rose covered with insects and grin,
Where petals turn to a twain

White rose in the garden insist,
To plea the freedom that exist

White rose where have you been?
You're fragrance lost as it was been

Get up yourself away from that place,
Let not yourself be covered with disgrace

White rose left alone in the garden,
Nurse yourself they'll be back then

White rose in the garden had plea,
To move forward with thee

White rose their journey is onward,
And yet your moving backward

White rose in the garden insist,
That in the world she exist

White rose aren't you shy?
Without wings you will fly?

White rose don't try to surpass,
A thing you cannot pass

White rose dying to reach the star,
Rejoice, in your folk you are a star

White rose get up and shine,
Embrace the shining sunshine

White rose wasting her time,
Searching for nothing every time

White rose why can't you see? life is short,
soon to be fade and no worth

White rose don't try to incline,
Your fate is already in line

White rose be satisfied,
For you are glorified

White rose, open your eyes,
And see your shameful deeds as cold as ice

White rose remember how you used to be,
In pure, vulnerable garden with the bee

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 16, 2013

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