I imagine you Dancing

April 20, 2009
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I imagine you dancing when it rains,
And with thirsts to quench, you can have no boundaries—
Your beauty is too complex and wonderful to be so simply kept.

And when you have finished laughing,
All of your clothes may don on again.
Here I pity you, yet marvel at your masking yourself,
Fooling the world and its wide-eyed spectators.

Without your face flushing,
You hibernate yourself in winter,
A dormant pearl of a bud swirling its soul round its entire body,
Planning for the world that you shall pervade.
With such wings, I might be able to fly again.

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EdytD said...
May 5, 2009 at 7:22 pm
I really like this one! The emotions are a lot more complex than the average "boy meets girl, girl likes boy, girl cries" or the other way around that most people right about. Great!

-I'd love if you took a look at the rest of my poetry if you have a spare minute - i've written four poems so far.
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