Sunday Best: saplings

Dear reader, And so the end of Blossom is here! Thank you to everyone who contributed a piece to this month and to those who have continued to follow, read and share the work published on Free Verse Revolution. May's theme is Illusion and contributing slots have disappeared; there are only three remaining which haven't …

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Blossom – Tabitha Delaney

And like the most breathtaking flower, We lose color, Even begin to die. Start to sink back into the earth From where our love once bloomed, So beautifully. We think it’s gone, Dead in the ground Through the cold and the wind. But the sun starts to fight for that flower. Digging deep into that …

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Delicious Blossom – Candice Louisa Daquin

The year of pills hues of blue shake it off grow spotlights focused on balancing tightrope all about is dark a mingling broken wristed quivering thing accessing vocals, pinioned in cello growl sound is a sonorous break clapping charts the spectator who climbing like etiquette mindful of tinsel and radiata shows how to muffle our …

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Lilting and choral – Yamesh

Plum blossom buzzes With bees of enthusiasm overhead. Blooms pulsating with spring As green bursts through. Blanket spread in dappled shade Allowing the warming touch as Sunshine caresses relaxed curves Breeze kisses cheeks in repose. Bird feeders tremble under tiny talons Beaks dart and heads bob Swooping, dipping, gentle flight Soft, sharp, lilting and choral …

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