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Author Name: Freequeens1 4 Comments
Date Added: April 03, 2007 19:04:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Pure and Innocent-Terza Rima
Pure and Innocent
I am not the first flower that comes to mind
When you pick a bouquet for your one true love,
But I am truly one of the finest kind.
A bicycle built for two fits like a glove,
For my namesake would look sweet upon the seat,
If she would give him her answer like a dove.
Though I have many colors, white ones are sweet.
The little game, 'He loves me, he loves me not'
Is played by girls and women, alike, 'How neat!'
I compliment other flowers, that's my lot.
Another girl named for me lived in Dog Patch.
Li'l Abner loved her.  Her cut-off jeans were hot!
Tuck me into bridal bouquets, that's a match,
The symbol of innocence that bride's maids catch.
Author's Notes:
The calendar suggestion was to write a poem about a particular flower blooming without actually using its name.  I am quite sure this flower will be easily quessed. :o)
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Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on April 4, 2007 09:53:34 PM Report
That is the most decriptive poem I have ever read about the dandilion...Nice job, Miss Pertnps..I took a creative writing course in college.{a complete waste of time} The instructor had us write a love poem without using the word 'love'..That sort of thing is a good exersize..Lame-brain
Comment By: FreeLast Temple Knight on April 4, 2007 01:12:38 PM Report

Great work, very impressive! :o)

Comment By: FreeGlata on April 4, 2007 08:53:34 AM Report
Ahh sweet Daisy...Love those little beauties! They grow rampant around here...leaving huge patches of white growing in the tall grasses of the hay fields...

You did a beautiful job!



Comment By: TrialAnn on April 3, 2007 10:37:19 PM Report
Very clever clues and very nicely structured. Good work!


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