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Petals of Life

“Don’t you just love the flow of mesmerising colours that arrive in April in the form of tulips!”

I wrote this poem for the following prompts.
Sadje’s What Do You See – Image credit; Yana Hurskaya @ Unsplash
Your Daily Word — Relish
Fandango’s One Word Challenge — Conjecture

Petals of Life

Leaves of emerald green
Petals a relish of red
Tulips on steps so serene
Within a jug of dread

Flowers marking death
A tragic passing event
This family left bereft
Blooms masking torment

But I must conjecture this
There’s no sadness only celebration
Of a long life remiss
Smile and applaud with adoration


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Thanks for reading my friends.

There’s more in the Poetry CornerPoetry Nook, and the Short Story Collection

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  1. Yes, it’s very timely for a vase of beautiful tulips. Australia has been trying hard to come to terms with Warnie’s sudden passing. He is a national icon over here. His memorial service at the MCG last night was beautifully done. We watched it on TV like millions of others. He was a highly likable guy and the king of spin. Lovely poem, Mason.

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    1. Aww, thanks. I keep getting orders to make in the woodshed now. So I get a day to write here and there and then have to vanish a few days. I will always come back when I can though. I love being our writing community.

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