Bluebell's

Poem By Stefania Paluzzi

SHE comes back
where always she does
among a lot of ones, an only one
un-beloved and hanging pendant
from the vaults
below the oaks every time

bluebells woodland

within a few short future
brides will be having flowers
soundly tolls
deep-in-depth their carved skied-eyes

Comments about Bluebell's

SHE comes back where always she does among a lot of ones, an only one un-beloved and hanging pendant from the vaults below the oaks every time well written.. agian the idea is good and the storical type in dialogue way written is increasing its beauty..well done..professionally done
Sweet, short, poem, that nicely shows a small, delicate scene.


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