Dandelion Wish

Poem By Carmina Abrenica

Some see a weed
I see a wish
Some pay no heed
I am in dire need
If only I could fish
And put on a leash
On every dandelion I see
So I could make a wish
If picking it all is a bish
I mind not if only
My wish would come true
And will be for me solely
So I'll let go of you gently
As I fold my hands firmly
Oh dandelion, hear me
That as I open my eyes
My granted wish I'll see
By the wind, calm and free

MCVA
4/14/19 2: 04 PM

Comments about Dandelion Wish

A well crafted fine free verse, dear ate Carmi...10++


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