Snow breath

by kiara   Jul 1, 2007

Snow breathes the fire
Of melodies so serene
Dainty lights ablaze inspire
The growth of the tangerine
Dreadlock ferns mounting high
Hides the scent of magic
Oh this miracle deaf to my eye
Shielding thoughts so tragic
A whisper from the earth
A grumble from the ground
A scream of wasted birth
As rubble hits the ground
Rubies glisten upon the death
Melodies entranced life too
Snow releases its breath
And fire again it must pursue

-this is about un exploded bombs in forests left behind from the war. Ive been learning alot about it sos i thought i should right something about it


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  • 11 years ago

    by Fan Angeleo

    "A whisper from the earth", I felt this part of your poem. Keep up the good work.

  • 11 years ago

    by Tom Swart

    I always enjoy coming to the nature section of this site. The poems here seem to be above the rest in most cases. I read your poem and found it quite interesting. Nice words and good flow kept my attention. I look forward to reading more of your works to see what appears when they are turned over.

  • 11 years ago

    by Krzysztof J

    Its a great poem and you did well in showing the danger hidden there, i really enjoyed reading it 5/5