All The Flowers Are Not In The Desert

 

Thousand scents on my nose

Hyacinth, lily, magnolia and the rose

Bending and breaking

All flowers are mending

 

Veering into something

Like a virgin blooming

Petals unfold to existence

Death has its distance

 

Drought in Sahara

Like thirst in Arabia

Africa has a dearth

All the flowers are not in the desert

 

 

2011

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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20 Responses to All The Flowers Are Not In The Desert

  1. Ian Moone says:

    All flowers are mending – a good line I like the ideas in this one

  2. Why did you pick the countries, in your poem? Out of interest.

  3. mike and brandy says:

    thanks for following purposeful pruning. we hope to include more poetry too, but it seems you are more prolific in that regard. enjoying what i see and hoping to see more.
    in Christ
    mike

  4. Lovely – makes me want to read it again for more meaning. That’s what good poetry does, no?

  5. All flowers are mending…I love the image here as I am also a gardener acquainted with their blooming fragrance that mends a woman’s soul!

  6. julienmatei says:

    I can almost feel the scents…Mmh…

  7. myrascircle says:

    This poem has a certain sadness in it… I like it.

  8. Daksha Acharya says:

    II enjoy reading your posts every day! I look forward to reading your stuff each and every day! You’re doing amazing! you are inspirational to all of us.

  9. Joszann says:

    Thanks for visiting Chester.Flowers are seeking the light, everywhere if we look.Thank you!

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