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Florid Flower

September 7, 2009
By RLJoy DIAMOND, Glen Rock, New Jersey
RLJoy DIAMOND, Glen Rock, New Jersey
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The dank petals on the flowers,
Usually let the sunrays,
Absorbs the aqua...

Yet the water droplets,
Seem to resist the sun,
On the long florid flower petals,
As it glitters through out the, Garden

As through it was a shining Star...

As people walked through the Garden,
Seeking throughout the flowers,
All the flowers blended in,
As a blur...

Until they glimpsed,
At that silky florid flower...

People seemed to cherish it,
As if it were there favorite...

Time passed by,
And it seemed as the florid flower,
Is old news...

Everyone swarms to the garden yet, Pasts the poor florid flower,

The more the florid flower is Ignored,
The more it looks parched up...

No flowers last forever...

A few days passed,
A new flower grown in place...
Will it have the same old story, That the poor old Florid flower, Had?

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RLJoy DIAMOND said...
on Dec. 18 2009 at 6:04 pm
RLJoy DIAMOND, Glen Rock, New Jersey
56 articles 0 photos 86 comments
thanks so much for the comment :)

on Dec. 18 2009 at 5:50 pm
NorthernWriter, Fargo, North Dakota
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Favorite Quote:
"Only dead fish swim with the stream"

good job with the wonderful descriptions :) however, i will have to be honest and tell you I did not like "absorbs the aqua" b/c it makes it sound too under-the-water-ish....i would leave it at "water"not "aqua" also, may be better word choice and descriptions? Poetry is soo condensed (it should be!) that you need teo fill it with details, but careful not to LITTER it with unnecessary words! good job and keep writing b/c that is the only way to get better :D

RLJoy said...
on Oct. 3 2009 at 8:56 am
thanks for the comment

on Oct. 3 2009 at 8:49 am
Hope_Princess BRONZE, Hebron, New Hampshire
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Favorite Quote:
"Hope sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible."

What a pretty poem!

I love the descriptions you gave at the beginning.

For some reason this poem reminded me of a beautiful new girl at a school who gets all of the attention, and then she gets passed by when another girl comes to the school and steals all of the glory she had once had. -Just my thoughts.

Beautifully done!