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Thank You For The Flowers
by malcolm bradshaw
01/03/06
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THANK YOU FOR THE FLOWERS

Thank you for the flowers,
Their fragrance smelt so sweet,
Your kindness I will treasure,
Until once more we meet.

The sorrow you have shown,
The tears that you have shed,
No words need be spoken,
For in those tears all was said.

Try to understand,
That life will carry on,
My spirit has entered a better place,
Although my bodies gone.

My life must continue,
To achieve the very best,
But first I must compose myself,
And take a well earned rest.

Such a lot to do,
Of that I am sure,
For time does not stand still,
But carries on for ever more.


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Pam Williams 03 Jan 2006
Hi Malcolm, an interesting twist in your poem -- it is written as though the person who is gone is thankful for the flowers -- unusual point-of-view. Pam




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