Haiku upon the Rose

February 1, 2012
By Cotteneyedjoe BRONZE, Harrodsburg, Kentucky
Cotteneyedjoe BRONZE, Harrodsburg, Kentucky
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Favorite Quote:
"Apostrophe: Figure of speech in which someone absent, dead or something nonhuman is addressed . Prophetic: predictive, presageful, portentous, ominous.... Apostrophetic."


I.
Incomparable
The beauty of the white Rose
Innocent and pure

II.
The poison Ivy
Climbs the stem blinds blocks the Light
Slowly slowly so

III.
The Rose so fading
Ivy starts wrapping choking
With believed blind lies

IV.
A white Rose touched so
Warmly touched by cold lies as
Crimson petals fall

V.
Pluck the touch so so
Pluck so warm gone the Rose so
The petals fall pluck



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