White Roses Blue

October 23, 2012
By Tardis BRONZE, Louisville, Kentucky
Tardis BRONZE, Louisville, Kentucky
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Rose petals
In the breeze,
White as snow
Touch the light.

The ocean sky pleading
Them to turn,
The sky-stained water
Soaked up by the roses.

The color blue
Floods the petals,
Gathering the
Sky into them.

An unreal life
Of a rose so blue,
Now petals fly through
The wind, as blue as the sky.

No longer clean
Like untouched snow,
But the color
Of new life.

The author's comments:
In this poem, I am trying to show how an unnatural change isn't always a bad thing.

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on Oct. 31 2012 at 7:04 am
remember16 SILVER, WhiteLake, Michigan
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This is only a minor setback to a major comeback

amazing! you should cheak out some of my poetry!


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