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The Eclectic Pen - Emotions

By: Adriane L.   + 2 more  
Date Submitted: 1/10/2007
Genre: Literature & Fiction » Poetry
Words: 133

Reflections of Me

Emotions are funny things. They can be as
gentle as a breeze on a warm July morning or
as fierce as an August hurricane. They can be
as fragile as a newly budded rose in May.
Maybe as hard as the frozen snowpacked
ground in January. Emotions rise and fall in
a circle of life. Like the flowers that
bloom in April and the leaves that fall in
October. They are born the mature, and they
slowly disperse. But no they never die.
Like the tiny flower that peeks from the
pile of melting snow in March. It flourishes
and the circle of life is completed. And it
revolves. So never give up on emotions for
like the months and the seasons of the
calender and the sands through the hour
glass they will be forver present,
tomorrow, next year, for the rest of the
days of our lives.

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Carmela M. - 1/11/2007 8:59 PM ET
Very nice imagery. You have a solid voice.
Brenda O. (brendabreweroliver) - 6/10/2008 5:55 AM ET
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