Where Are The Men?

Poem By Khethiwe Ramathuthu

Aged roses blooming in red and white
Stand aside to reunite
A yellow fiercy fire ignites
the darkness of the night
declaring a solitude of friendship

Roses of Colour
Roses of Love
Roses of Friendship
Sweet multiple odours
lingering in the burnt winds breeze

Hells black rose
springs out passionately
in the orange grey light

The fire flickers and dances
in fascinationation like a restless ghost
The single red rose singles out the most
as it dances into the darkly night
What a sight
The unconsious beauty of life

Copyright 2005 - Sylvia Chidi

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