Unannounced Flowers
Author: Maranda Berkley


She picks pink flowers
From a field of thousands
And places them in a bowl
On a card she writes "To:"
And leaves the receiver unannounced

She can't help but pace around the room
Wondering is she picked enough or too few
Untouched she leaves them thrown in a bowl
Wiping her eyes, wiping her tears
Wishing you home soon

She picked you pink flowers
From a field of thousands
Straight from her soul and placed in a bowl
To say everything she's always wanted to
Flowers to show love, simply put and soundless


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Capricorn ( -- Monday, December 9 2002, 11:17 am


Lovely poem Maranda.
Name:                                           Remember Me

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