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  The Cherry Tree
by Donna Lynch
Friday, November 18, 2005
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Latter summer fall and winter,

You stand ordinary.

Come spring, faithfully, you blossom.

And in pink attire, you beautify.

Inhaling slow and deep,

I capture your scent:

Admire your loveliness.

Your stature like a goddess.

Your limbs aloof.

Your silky petals sacred--too delicate to hold.

Placidly, you flirt.

Appeasing obliviously.

A savage rain,

A whirl of biting wind.

A fleeting existence toppled.

A bed of pink petals---

Blanket the verdant ground.

I lie down in your remnants.

 
       

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Reviewed by Regis Schilken 8/8/2013
Great description of spring. There is a wild cherry tree growing on the property next to mine. Each spring, I wait for that tree to bloom.
Reviewed by Margaret Blake 10/12/2012
Hey Donna, like these words, they paint a vivid picture, a pleasure to read it, cheers Margaret
Reviewed by Dark Knight 2/1/2011
a wonderful poem of vivid images-well done
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 5/27/2009
Lovely. Your expression of Spring is perfect.

Anna
Reviewed by Darryn Murphy 4/21/2009
great poem
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 11/16/2008
Beautiful verses by a beautiful author. Makes me want springtime to come to see that cherry tree outside my window blossum again and the birds sing their love songs again. Have to get through winter first though. Good write.
Reviewed by Vickie Yannuzzi 9/10/2008
I love cherries,after reading the poem, like many of us we do not see our beauty, but then, something happens, and we blossom into God's gift of splendor, great to see this view.
Reviewed by Rodney Bohen 8/18/2008
Impressed, not so much with this piece
But the words, style and scent...
Pretty pen

Sincerely..

Rodney
Reviewed by Joanna Leone 6/19/2008
You have written in such a way that I was able to see the rose petals, and smell them. This is a beautiful poem, and I love the imagery.
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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 1/4/2008
well done
Reviewed by richard cederberg 5/13/2006
Enjoyed this piece, especially the tension created between the literal and figurative. I have no idea if this was your intention but . . . "Your silky petals sacred - too delicate to hold" was a pivotal phrase in the piece for me personally. With this phrase you created a sensory illusion that you are not only embracing natures reemergence in the spring, and the unfathomable beauty that accompanies such, but also a vision of inexpressible love with another.
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 4/19/2006
Terrific imagery and wonderful expression. Very nice work.

Tami
Reviewed by Hanley Harding 12/17/2005
Dear Donna;

Exceptional.

Doc
Reviewed by E. Richardson 12/5/2005
mercy me, the imagery in this is stunning! I am in the same mind as Michelle, this reminded me a great deal of japanese paintings and verse in its subject and presentation...one of the better romance of nature works I have seen in quite a while.
Reviewed by Jane Rodway 11/27/2005
A real beauty- made me think of the cherry blossom tree and the simplicity of asian art.
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara 11/26/2005
Very lovely, beautiful visuals, a pleasure to read! Glad I dropped by!

~Nikki~
Reviewed by jude forese 11/19/2005
has the right ingredients to a wonderul romantic poem ...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 11/18/2005
Romance at its best!

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