Good morning and welcome to this week’s Poetry Corner. I’d like to welcome a newcomer this week, so please join me in giving Eddie Little Bear a warm welcome. 🙂
A Flower of Spring by Eddie Little BearShe came into my life,like a flower of spring.An auburn haired imp,with dark and mysterious eyes.Her smile lights up the sky,like a thousand twinkling stars.And a laugh so light and free,it’s the song of a morning dove. But, like a flower of spring,I fear she will too soon be gone.Even though I will have my memories,I shall miss having her near.The warm, soft touch of her hand,and the blush upon her cheek.To make her laugh when I can,to cry with her when I cannot. And although we are not lovers,I feel as close as if we were.For we have shared the intimacies of hopes,and of dreams that lovers sometimes share.Had we met at another time, perhaps,we may not have been so chaste and pure.But I will always remember my flower of spring,with warmth and friendship . . . and love. for Millie by CCCopyright 2/90
Beautiful poem, Eddie, and thank you for allowing me to share it.
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