The Irony of It


Flowers
Radiant Coveted
Alluring Inviting Tempting
Desires Expectations Obstacles Failures
Mocking Unappealing Repelling
Treacherous Potent
Thorns

4 Responses to "The Irony of It"

  1. Ah, fantastic. Beautifully expressed, thorns and all.

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  2. Here, this plant is called Thorn of the Lord. Its flowers are red like the drops of the blood which appeared on the Saviour's forehead after he was croned with thorns. Interesting lines !

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  3. An indian proverb says : Who loves the roses, bears its thorns too !

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  4. Tamm5805:17

    This poem is alright but it can do much much better for example Parker's a perfect rose is written beautifully!=D

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