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Pink Flower (A Requiem for Death) | A Poem by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Please take me home,
where the Pink Flowers grow.

Brush my cheek,
and inspire virtuous desire.

Cast the dark away,
allow the light aglow.

Meld my spirit back,
to life’s internal fire.

Here I lie entombed
deep in this hallowed ground.

Listening for the sounds,
of the shovel’s infernal digging.

The soul’s awaiting its journey;
but the sun’s so warm and forgiving.

Yes, please carry me home,
where the Pink Flowers grow.

—–
Ken Allan Dronsfield is a poet originally from Hampton, New
Hampshire and now resides in Seminole, Oklahoma. Although writing
poetry, inspirational pieces and short stories for years he has
decided to pursue the publishing of his work. His published poems can be viewed at http://electricinthesun.blogspot.com/ and
http://dreamsagoniescontemporarypoets.blogspot.com/.


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