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La Primavera

Breaching lavender blooms,
Cascading dawn perfumes,
Unfurling floret arrays,
Florid glories on display.

Brimming blossom bells
Dispensing airborne particles
Aromatic enchantments rise and fall
La Primavera's captivating call.

Vagabond monarch tenaciously beating
Black-tipped tissue-thin azure wings
Wafting on swirling cross-currents
Coursing through an ocean of scents.

Tender golden touch of sunbeams
Warms blue monarch's prized jet-air-streams
Invisible will-o-the-wisp whiffs
Masterminding butterfly's nimble-winged riffs.

Flitting, flapping, floating free
Drunken dance to honeysuckle melody
Azure butterfly flirts a zigzag course
Climbing mountainsides like springtime thaws.

Pampered by pollen
Metered by stars
Musical aromas to seduce the monarch
Drifting along harmonies
Full floral symphonies
La Primavera - spring duchess
Flora's seasonal conductress.


Like the grasses showing tender faces to each other, thus should we do, for this was the wish of the Grandfathers of the World.

Black Elk

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The following comments are for "La Primavera"
by smithy

I keep coming back again and again to read this. I agree with Jessica, this needs to be seen by everyone.

Alex :-)

( Posted by: londongrey [Member] On: September 18, 2004 )

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Thanks to those poets who have taken time to read and comment, Pen, Claire, Jessica, windchime, alex. Your comments mean much more because I know you are all dedicated, caring and talented in your own rights.
Thanks Pen. I know what you mean. I appreciate your comments and sharing your vagabond inspired visions. ;)
Thanks Claire. You are very busy I know, since you are on staff. Doing a very good job too and having fun. ;) Your comments and input are always appreciated and welcomed.
Thanks Jessica. Very important point you make. I thank you for your respect, input and suggestion. It is hard to know whether the flow you feel is there really is there, until others can confirm it. Or set you straight. ;)
Thanks windchime. I agree there are many talented writers here. I think bouncing ideas around and getting feedback and criticism improves us all as a group. Even commenting makes you think about the other writers perspective and devices. You are most kind in your comparisons.
Thanks alex. I am glad you enjoyed. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment. See you again soon. ;)
Thanks again

( Posted by: smithy [Member] On: September 18, 2004 )

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