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Wisteria's Poise

Wisteria's Poise Wisteria vines playfully Climb the fence Peacefully entwined midst The ivy so rich Tulips open with Morning light Regal and colorful Waxy petals take flight As they drink in the Misty dawn’s warm day Toward night they close Until morn is on its way The old oak still Holds my swing His arm has grown Over the years time brings His trunk is seventeen Feet around With roots that the House now sits upon I am embraced by the Majesty of the day In its purity of newness And its breeze born sway This day reminds me of a Southern belle with all her ruffles Wisteria buds are the ribbons in her hair Poise is her beauty mark of grace This day is a… Lady Carole Cookie Arnold

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  1. Date: 3/28/2012 11:48:00 AM
    Beautifully described feelings, Cookie. A good soft, warm spring day is definitely a fine lady. daver

  1. Date: 3/17/2012 10:02:00 AM
    I like the imagery in this poem, Carole. I love the last stanza and the very last line "This day is a...Lady" is excellent. Great job. My husband is crazy about Wisteria and I like it too. Love, Kim