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Pink and The Perfect Roses


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©Sharon Rose

Supposing perfection is the lightest shade
shades of red and old neutral white
a qualifying real cascade
poetry like a flower, not quite.

Possibly perfection is a redder scale
shades of red and old neutral white
greens’ background in dale
poetry like a flower, not quite.

Maybe perfection is white and red charade
shades of red and old neutral white
stripes cascade in roses parade
poetry like a flower, not quite.

This perfect one rose from last brocade
shades of red and old neutral white
in a vase each day thee decayed
poetry like a flower, not quite.

The One Perfect Rose is not for sale
shades of red and old neutral white
His gift his gift blurring pale
poetry like a flower, not quite.

Whimsy of Giorgio de Chirico Self Portrait (1925)


                                                     


 Man

white, soft

thinking, pouting, sitting

pouts, stoic, imagines, invents,  

mixing, coloring, painting

red, pouty

artist




Musical Reflections Pleides


Musical Reflections Pleides still working on this.
http://still1.blogspot.com/2008/09/fluttering-shutters.html
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Confession


08-04-2011

bona fide wording

strategically uttered

enhance matter

 

 

Poetry, Prose, and Short Stories….


Hey all, Just moved all my works here. Many of them not all of them yet. Changed the web name though and keep my motto. I still believe there is good in most people although you may have to know them a really long time to find it! That is the chatter for today and I hope the very best for you!

The Flowing Blindfold


Just like the tides,
Ebb and flow,
High and low,
Stormy and calm,
Through life we whine,
Flowing in and out.

Just like the skies,
Headwinds, high and below,
Culminate and billow,
Throwing the palm.
In the dark some pine,
Spinning a waterspout.

The light suddenly signs!
A scarf in wind a blow,
Clouds become slow.
Soothing, as balm.
Live in light entwine,
Growing new palms sprout.

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