The Rhubarbs Of Hail Lavander

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The Rhubarbs Of Hail Lavander

The Rhubarbs Of Hail Lavander

by Cool Dela Peña

Time reflects in the eyes of the man
Rainbows and clouds gather around
Like mountain dew that frosts at night time
Bringing solace and peace in this timid land.

Willows and pines basks in brightness
Salmons and bald eagles cling to life
bring same providence in the shadow of time
Like mulberry rose branches turned into wand.

Shifting murmurs from cuddly to rustic
The cold wind that blows is what I found
Giant leaves wave at their might
Same prominence from a distance all over the sand.

Time there was when colors changes hue
Orange, yellow, magenta and red,
No greater display a sight to behold
The Rhubarbs of Hail Lavander is green all the time.

3 Poems of Cool Dela Peña

1. From My Wisest Musings
2. The Rhubarbs of Hail Lavander
3.Lowly Coffee Trees and Vine

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knight4696 commented on The Rhubarbs Of Hail Lavander

10-18-2009

Cool!- This is a very beautiful verse. The imagery and flow is perfect and I truly enjoyed it. Great Job!

Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular.

Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC) Greek philosopher.

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