Mayflower

April 26, 2011
By Lilacs_Smell_Wonnerful PLATINUM, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Lilacs_Smell_Wonnerful PLATINUM, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
40 articles 2 photos 86 comments

Favorite Quote:
When life gives you lemons make grape juice. Then sit back and watch everyone look at you in amazement. :)


I went walking today
Along a road lined with twisting trees
The air still smelled cold
With a touch of spring
Singing through the breeze
The ground was speckled with snow
Only bits of green were showing
But pushing triumphantly out of the ground
A delicate purple mayflower
Was determined to say hello


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on Jan. 13 2012 at 5:06 pm
AlaskaFrost GOLD, Acushnet, Massachusetts
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oh haha! I'll go check it out right now :)

on Jan. 13 2012 at 5:04 pm
Lilacs_Smell_Wonnerful PLATINUM, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
40 articles 2 photos 86 comments

Favorite Quote:
When life gives you lemons make grape juice. Then sit back and watch everyone look at you in amazement. :)

Heh, I forgot that I wrote it as Anonymous. ;) You have to enter it in the search bar. XD Sorry 'bout that. Haha, since it shows up on MY page, I forget that other people cannot see it. -Lilac

on Jan. 13 2012 at 4:59 pm
AlaskaFrost GOLD, Acushnet, Massachusetts
17 articles 7 photos 131 comments
Haha it's my pleasure! You're a very talented writer! I can't find "Catch Me Daddy" though.

on Jan. 13 2012 at 4:56 pm
Lilacs_Smell_Wonnerful PLATINUM, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
40 articles 2 photos 86 comments

Favorite Quote:
When life gives you lemons make grape juice. Then sit back and watch everyone look at you in amazement. :)

Thank you, haha, I keep seeing your comments, and it makes me really happy that someone likes a lot of my work. If you want to check out my BEST work, the titles to look for would be "Why Am I So Silent" and "Catch Me Daddy" :) Thanks so much for making my day a little brighter. -Lilac

on Jan. 13 2012 at 4:43 pm
AlaskaFrost GOLD, Acushnet, Massachusetts
17 articles 7 photos 131 comments
I love the simplicity of this poem, and the deep meaning it has


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