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KatieKatieKatie1 day ago in Concrete Poetry
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K for kind and loving,
Always there for you,
Smart and quick,
With a good idea, always on perfect cue.
Just as perfect as a budding rose,
Covered with the early morning’s dew.
A for affectionate and caring,
Always knowing what to do,
A noble heart, blessed by God,
With plenty of room for you,
And only just
T for truthful,
Seeing the world with eyes so just,
And never ever,
Seeing anything as a must,
And scattering seeds of truth,
In every windy gust.
I is for independent,
Forever standing as herself, the only one,
Enjoying Life’s comings and goings,
But always knowing our souls will never be fully done,
Running on journeys across the world,
But always stopping to enjoy the fun.
E is for excellence,
For everything she will ever do,
Is always made her very best,
Even if all the others go from and to.
Seemingly following the flow of the world,
But actually going through.
Who is she?
Why, she’s my friend!
She has helped me through all the things,
That I cou
ForestIt’s completely unlike any other,Forest1 day ago in Traditional Fixed Forms
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A perfect one-of-a-kind.
It brings out the love and beauty
In every pure heart and mind.
A forest of peace,
A place of gratitude, of friendship, of love,
Where every animal is welcomed,
Even the falcon above.
The fox and the rabbit playing about,
The wolves and the lynxes sitting under a tree,
The falcon helping the blue jay,
And the tree bending toward me.
The flowers dance,
The wind teases all.
The bee leads the bear,
To the clearest water fall.
Despite all these differences,
A knife like toothed fox
Can easily friend
The horses who trot.
Where roses bloom without any thorns,
And even help the weeds,
The animals bound about,
Helping with everyone’s needs.
Beware those whose
Hearts doth dark.
Do not ever enter,
Or never hear again the meadow lark.
Yet those with childhood innocence
And minds and hearts so pure,
Walk in and feel the song that evil cannot endure.
Come frolic in the meadow,
And forever remember what makes life so dear.