29 June

Poem By Eila Mahima Jaipaul

leaf skeletons
stems hollow
tiny veins, rigid
support air
where once lay
fragrant memory

Comments about 29 June

Wow! This is really incredible...
That is also my mom's birthday. ''Great write! ''
This sounds like a great loss Eila, expressed in a beautifully formed poem. I don't know what happened on that date but I feel your pain. Tai
So much said in so few words, no failed poet lives here! ! ! Love duncan X
Fourteen words that profoundly images, and depicts the Efflorescent Death... Fine Penning, Eila''''''''''''''''''fjr

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