Wild Flowers

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I’d like to share with you a poem I have written. My mind has been bursting with creativity lately. Photo’s are from Spring 2020.


Light bearer; Venus of violet

Sympathy, cover paler blue a garden

In mourning. Drain our energy

And begin this March, spring up,

Moving ribbon of indigo light,

On a morning of darkness spent.

Golden beauty, purest petals

That sipped at lustrous crimson ink

From pools of colour contained

In design of vivid splendour,

Where decadent pearls of blue,

Flash in the flicker light of creation.

Beloved heart of blackest coal,

That brightest yellow fire licks,

Bold scarlet flames burst out;

Beautiful form; Lover of Persia;

Turkish Indulgence spent in awe;

At last, Pleasure of Holland.

Poem by Sophie McKeever

Published by Snophlion

“Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible lives them must lead.” Charles Bukowski

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