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Belles of Blue and Hearts of Black

Poem by: Charlotte Jayne

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A metaphor for a friendship, and what came of it.

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Submitted: November 17, 2009

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Submitted: November 17, 2009

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A flower, budding. Unrealised

This sparkling misconception is becoming itself. More

Love as its founder

Unstoppable

Unfolding, it’s proving

Difference is beauty, prevailing inside

One stem. Three budding flowers 

Twinkling petals, unique to the heart

Never before, never again

A friend-like potential thrives within

Trust and similarities. Surviving all odds

One stem. Three blossoms

Developing. Ambition, reliance

A Sweet smiling security

 

Severed.

 

Blistering and torn

Can't heal, its fractured

Gagging, choking on empathy

Two blossoms

Splintering and Tearing

Drooping with false promise

New buds. New chances

 

Obsolete.

 

Wilting from pity of mistakes

Mourning past promises

Abandoned

 

Recovering.


© Copyright 2016 Charlotte Jayne. All rights reserved.

Belles of Blue and Hearts of Black

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A metaphor for a friendship, and what came of it.

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