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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Petals in the Wind

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Petals in the Wind

By: Noel N. Villarosa



As the morning breeze whispers in the sky

Blowing fragile petals and leaving the tree

For someone lounging underneath would sigh,

“Petals in the wind take me into a thrill”



A flimsy looking old man

Pensive for the good old days

Would wish to intertwine

With petals in the wind drifting astray



A girl in search for a long lost love

Still hoping for a spark in her young heart

Graciously singing silent notes to prove

Those petals in the wind grappling with songs never heard



When love dies and silence grows so profound

While the wind stop breathing

Will gather those in vain searching

To scatter and to find rest into the ground

Like petals spaced apart from the wind


Posted in Poetrysoup.com
24 January 2013

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