Poem -

Tulips

Tulips

Abloom color me a smile
Heart behests stay awhile
Spring awaken, balmy wisps
Borne ye genteel tulips

Raindrops on posy soft
Drones hover aloft
Pollinate gently fleet
Drunk on nectars sweet

Petals contrast bright
May multi-hues delight
Redbreast serenade
Atop budding glade

Steely clouds of gray
Peek thru solar array
Alight Sunkist effuse
Effulgent amidst blues

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A Lonely Journey

Lisa, my friend, you paint beautiful pictures always.Β 
Love your writing.Β 

Matthew.Β 

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A Lonely Journey

I know what you mean, Lisa. I'm in NY, and we've had some snow flurries in the past few days. Ugh.Β 

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A Lonely Journey

I guess it can be for a brief period, but a lot of rain, and still cold.Β 
Good luck with your planting, my friend.Β 

Matthew.Β 

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Edward Williams

😊your poems are like a spell .. a magical chant that seams as I read a tulip will just appear in front of me .. beautiful 
as your mind isΒ 
Eddy

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Edward Williams

Lol I’m in Newfoundland and dandylines are good enough for meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚tulips are a luxury..

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Michael Roy

So nicely written, Poetess. It has a calming effect. After the first two lines I read it slowly, just soaking it in. Beautiful.

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