Poem: A Young Girl’s Whims – 16/05/20


A outstanding poem shared.

Lauren M. Hancock poetry and prose

She walks a path undiscovered, at least until now, where peonies and sunflowers and daffodils all happily and prettily grow in rows.   Her eyes take in the sights, famished of beauty they had become, but now greedily they feast upon the beauty right before them.   She smiles quietly, succinctly, as though she holds a secret all her own, and time having passed by so secretively, this is the truth, she may know something that others don’t.   And while she wanders past the flowers, now onto other garden beds, the brightness in her face illuminates the current splendour; this girl could brighten a room.   For she is strong yet soft, brave yet cautious, knowing but open, wise and wondering.   She seeks her destiny as much as you, aware of her surroundings but open to that which may become, something that could bring about harm.   She…

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