Blossoms

by Paul H   May 22, 2022


Pink petals falling

Gently from the sky,

Like snow upon blades

Of jade is where they lie.

A delicate dusting

Of confetti-like curls

Rest in heaps of crimson

And dark cherry swirls.

As creamy white butterflies

They flutter to my feet

Dancing in pirouettes,

Kissing as they meet.

Alas, the cold north wind

Blows strong one day

And this transient beauty

Is swept all away.

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  • 1 month ago

    by Walter

    This is such a lovely read and really paints a pretty picture.

  • 1 month ago

    by Xaque

    Solemn, quiet, colorful scenes emerge from this writer's piece, I thought it was extremely well done. The rhyme scheme meets the imagery flawlessly, and the use of colors was especially impactful. Eager to read more of this writer