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A sentimental poetry of love, you can continue reading by click “continue”, and you will find the world of love, may be different from it used to be.


 

Doves of a Feather :

By Denise Nowakowski, 2002

The two of them sit close and tight

From time to time their feathers flutter in the light

The two - a he and she

Have been lovers on a tree

Their life began some months ago

Now they are mature doves

And when the roof is hot and shining bright

They come each day to entertain

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A thousand feathers

by Andy James Turner

Your long dark hair

Freely dances like

A thousand feathers

Floating gently on the air

Nothing, no nothing

In nature can compare

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Feather: .

by Sara S., Stamford , CT

  Her life fluttered by like a white feather.
Weaving an aimless path,
pushed only by the wind.
First catching a gust
and being thrust into the sky,
then fluttering slowly down
landing with a shy grunt
on the pavement below,


then fluttering slowly down
landing with a shy grunt
on the pavement below,
picked up by the sweaty fist of a child
and blown away with a wish,
back up into the air
and above the world.
She fluttered through life.
No wings,
just gliding through the air
on silver imagination.

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