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Quiet sorrow eyes.

Updated on August 22, 2011
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 Quiet sorrow eyes,

why your dilated pupil seem so  many miles away?

on this wonderful spring day,

as the colorful tulips emerges from the earth

and the gardenia fragrant vaporise the air

as the rose buds quench its thirst.

The steam arose from the coffee cup

as you glance at your watch  every so often,

you sat alone in the cafe shop.

your quiet sorrow eyes tell a story,

and your body collaborates its suspicion,

without asking for permission.

Wishful thinking!

Oh where is spring?

April showers sank our tulips,

deep in the ground,

as the green grass

struggle to surface its sharp edges

white blanket of snow crotched  the path,

as it suffocates its view.

the sleazy rain bend the branches of the oak tree

blackbirds sit in the tree of white snow

as human baffled fearful thoughts,

about  this wintry January weather.

a mother wipe her baby nose,

as the furnace knob move up a notch

and grandpa reach for the scotch.

Frosty the snowman

stands alone in the park bewildered

another month of heavy snow, and sleek

it's definitely  no sign of spring.






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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      Chrisom emmanuel thank you very much, glad you like this piece..

      one Love Dark

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      oji chisom emmanuel 6 years ago from NIGERIA

      full of nature...expressing nature...good write

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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      thank you for commenting Cogerson

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      Cogerson 6 years ago from Virginia

      Very is a little sad but very well written.....great job