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Tuesday, 27th June 2017

Worlds of Words: You Begin Origin Wise

Posted on 23. Apr, 2015 by in Columns, Poetry

"Rain Princess" by Leonid Afremov

“Rain Princess” by Leonid Afremov

You Begin Origin Wise

Roses smile
Stars juvenile
Ambitious to the top
“A bouquet of tile
Would shape a mile
Of a Rose, why would it not?
Are thorns of leaves profound?”
A Rose inquired sound
“You hear us all the time
But never give a hint
About what we might have not known
Like you were there yet missed
What knowledge you have, we doubt?
Read all unuttered, found?”
Dear Rose
Each petal of yours upheave
A sentimental vow
Debt on a quote of a sayer
A vow to bloom where found
To shine through what you have
Not what embellishes crowns
Wreath only symbolizes
How mind petals of yours entwine
To recon what’s around you
You begin origin wise.


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