I am from red bright fuzzy carpet
Step after step the warmth is in my toes
The vibe of the cat’s claws
As knick knacks stare at you like a tiger catching its prey
I am from snow white walls
With perfumes swirming around me
Clothes scattered everywhere
I lay on my bedsheets, bright as a rainbow luminating in the sky
I am from grass waiting for it to be swayed
With rose petals covered on me
Approaching a screechy porch as if your walking through hollow snow, nobody to guide you
Spider webs soon to be linked around you
I am from street lights glimmering in the moonlight
Outside in the dark with vague memories
With no warmth
Just like fresh cool breeze sucking through your bones
I am from kimichi waiting to be eaten
As little to no air is there
All you can see around you is little markets, waiting for you to buy knick knacks to take home
A place for most of my family who live there devouring kimchi and kalbi
I am from an autumn treat that I eat everyday with the taste of savory
Spice’s inside it, wanting more and more
It’s my everyday treat
Hot and Sour Soup is as delicious as creamy ice-cream sundae
I am from a bird singing in the far distance in the silent meadow
With a crisp sound as if a flute was playing
The beautiful sounds unite together
To have both a connection as if a strawberry bannana smoothie blended together
I thoroughly enjoyed this poem. It was fun, three dimensional and whimsical. I have been writing poems since I was 8 years old. I’m 43 and proud to be a poet!
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Awesome! I’ll check out your work. Thanks for your appreciation and generous critique. I’ll pass it along to the writer. 🙂
I loved the poem! What a great idea – to feature her on your blog 🙂
Thanks for expressing your appreciation, Colleen! When I liked it I thought it would be fun to share it, and she obliged.
Great imagery! Very talented young lady.
I loved the imagery too. That’s what made me ask to post it. Thanks so much for your appreciative expression!
Good work Brianna!
Thanks! I’ll let her know….:)