Posted by Kay Salady
You are my
You are my
reaching out for you
Posted on October 26, 2011, in poetry and tagged alight, buttercream, children's poem, imagination, tangerine, treetop. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
“with scent of tangerine” – lovely words and visual effect – love it!
Wow! That’s neat! Loved the poem for itself, too.
Amazing poem! Vivid and engaging.
I’m so very happy that you’ve enjoyed my poem! I can’t seem to get it out of my mind. I’ve been singing it for two days now. Isn’t that something? It’s funny how you can group together some silly little words and they can turn into magic!
My poems always have a lot of meaning to them, no matter how silly they may appear. There is always something there between the lines. I’m sure this holds true for most serious writers.
Words are so very powerful, and as a person writes, what’s going on inside their minds does come out along the way.
If a person is kind, their words are kind. If a person is angry, their words are angry, and so on.
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