Oops!… We Did It Again (dandelion)

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53 thoughts on “Oops!… We Did It Again (dandelion)

  1. A very beautiful poem of hope and renewal. I like the way you connect nature and human feelings and thoughts: ” i’m a soul scattering seeds”. In this piece there are lovely wordplays and rhymes. I love the lines that keep repeating themselves throughout the poem. I think these repetitions give more strength to the poem. They look like the chorus of a song. It is all very musical. A poem to be performed at an open mic and even to be sung. Love these lines too:
    “i shan’t lose this stubborn hope
    as death finally dies”

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  2. This one sings. But the funny thing was, I read it first without seeing the title and it made a world of difference. When you go back and realize it is describing a dandelion, it changes the perception. When you don’t know the reference is a dandelion, your brain creates wonderful associations and interpretations. Either way, a lovely piece.

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