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Tuesday, 11 October 2011

My Poor Little Tulip



It was love at first sight  
Watching your little tulip  
Blossom bright  


When stars that shine goes dim 
The whole world, feels  its chill 
My poor little tulip  


Smile again and bring out the sun  
Walk the land, hop with joy  
So trees will bear their sweetest fruits 


Do something silly 
So I would call you crazy 
And have you smile back at me with grin 


My poor little tulip
Brighten up, and lets go pick wild flowers
As beautiful as you are, as you always are 


My poor little tulip  


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16 comments:

  1. I like this poem especially, as I have a little dog named "Tulip." And with her as well it was 'love at first sight.'

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  2. While reading this, an image of hop-skipping little girl dancing under the glorious morning sun sprang to mind. :D So nice.

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  3. Very calming and filled with beauty write, nicely done.

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  4. This could so easily have become sentimental. It's a tribute to you that it didn't. Well done.

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  5. smiles...beautiful and reassuring...a beautiful little tulip you have there...

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  6. This should cheer up any child, and the feeling of childlike love is strong.

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  7. This is so lovely asking tulip to go and pick wild flowers wonderful poem
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/10/11/the-day-of-the-dead/#comment-1682

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  8. cute tulip flower.

    well conveyed sentiments.

    playful images, enjoyed your love for the little child.

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  9. I'm not sure why the tulip is "my poor little tulip? is this a reflection of yourself? someone else?

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  10. Nice use of the prompt. Very sweet words.



    Melanie

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  11. Compassionate and lovely. Thank you!

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  12. such a fun piece and so tender well done lovely
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/10/17/to-my-son/

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