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Of Flowers, Birds, and Mothers Fair
by Cryssa C

Monday, March 31, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Of Flowers, Birds, and Mothers Fair...

She stands there with her jumbled hair--
the broken tumbleweeds and grass
giving her locks an earthy flair;

but one that resonates with class
instead of looking just a mess--
she catches looks from those who pass.

She carries herself with finesse--
Her gently curving arms on hips
that swirl in their copper dress.

The autumn colors hide her lips
which wore the shade of summer’s words
and touched my heart like fingertips.

But fleeting moments, like the birds,
have flown now to another sphere
where lines between the worlds are blurred

as new flowers emerge each year
to act as nature’s healing balm.
It dries my tears to see you here--

Your presence is a calming psalm.




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Reviewed by Jerry Engler 4/10/2008
Great analogy and subtlety. Engjoyed the comparisons of the three themes. Well done...jerry
Reviewed by E. Richardson 4/3/2008
what a beautiful piece this is...lovely both in theme and form...Great piece of writing here.
Reviewed by Susan Phillips 4/1/2008
This is as delicate as a butterflie's wing and just as lovely.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/1/2008
Beautiful combo!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/1/2008
A lilting and joyful poem that enlivens my spirit! Beautiful poem and pic!Thanks for sharing Cryssa!
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 4/1/2008
A lovely nature poem, and a pretty picture to accompany it. Well done.
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 4/1/2008
Gorgeous sentiments _ wonder-filled soul of a woman .~.evol () Ted
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 3/31/2008
A beautiful bouquet of words! Gorgeous imagery. My favorite lines, "She stands there with her jumbled hair--
the broken tumbleweeds and grass
giving her locks an earthy flair;" Just beautiful!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/31/2008
Absolutely beautiful, Cryssa, not like the ugly side of Spring we saw today - severe storms, even a funnel cloud! This much nicer, calms the soul to read/see it. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by John Leko 3/31/2008 words here...have given Spring a makeover...and remembered it in a floral face...when it was seen for yet its beauty the newness of todays garden. Wonderful Cryssa...
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/31/2008
Oh what a magnificent bouquet! So very descriptive and all the more reason why I derive much enjoyment in planting a garden each year....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 3/31/2008
Crystal! Love it especially "She stands there with her jumbled hair--
the broken tumbleweeds and grass
giving her locks an earthy flair;"
Reviewed by George Carroll 3/31/2008
A most delightful poem to read as nature is about to renew itself here in the North East and beautiful flowers will once again grace our gardens.
Reviewed by Selene Skye 3/31/2008
Rich and beautifully composed! We've been knee deep in soil, planting, turning, laughing like muddy children, this is a sweet nightcap after all our work in the gardens!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/31/2008
There is so much heartfelt sentiment in this, Cryssa. I adore the personification and tenderness. Wonderful sustained metaphor... almost Wordsworthian, methinks. Such richness here, thank you. Kate xx
Reviewed by Charlie 3/31/2008
Oh, absolutely fabulous, Crys! This is my favorite part:
"The autumn colors hide her lips
which wore the shade of summerís words
and touched my heart like fingertips."

I also love the hands on the hips-- so perfect for the picture... and mom's pitcher...ZOWIE! Got me. --Charlie

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