Tradition MAG

January 31, 2011
By Caitlin Andrews BRONZE, Gilford, New Hampshire
Caitlin Andrews BRONZE, Gilford, New Hampshire
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All around the world,
the year is in its second month;
But here, time is resetting.

Paper fireflies wait
to illuminate the sky;
They will fly other nights,
but this is their maiden

Cinnamon silks,
saffron sounds,
cayenne heat,
lavender perfume,
wasabi delights;
Spices permeate all senses.

Spiraling now out of
powder kegs of light and
noise, a drake burning with
ancient mythology, and
modern souls – come
together, bound by
limitless human spirit.

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on Feb. 3 2011 at 8:16 pm
missTaco BRONZE, Kingston, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
Enjoy Today, because you could die tomorrow

Thats a beautiful poem! it makes me smile (:

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