Third in a 4-part series: Maturity
Bubbles stream down his graceful form.
The sea surrounds him, rich and warm.
He playfully darts through the silky water,
He finds a mate and they have a daughter.
They all live together with his brother and mom.
The pod’s noise meets that of a bomb.
Their lives are all perfect, they whistle nice songs.
Nothing. Yes, nothing could ever go wrong.
hey dude – really appreciated your comment on my blog and came to check out yours and was inspired and so blogged a post on it which will hopefully have sent people to your blog [yesterday and beyond] and got some more interest in your endeavour – keep it up – http://brettfish.wordpress.com/2011/12/18/the-little-cow-that-could
Yeah I saw it!!!! Thanks soooo much for that post, you couldn’t have given me a better compliment! Me and my family were so excited. Keep up the great work, GLT
Hi, your blog is great! It is important for young people, like yourself, to be passionate about a cause and to do something about it. You are a real leader. Your poetry is great too. You are very good at rhyming and metering your work. Keep it up.
Thank you for your kind comments on our blog. Murdoch, my son has his own blog now at http://murdochfashionandart.wordpress.com/ . Although it is different topics you might enjoy it as he writes poetry too. Also, here is another blog of a young person that you might enjoy as well http://isabellart.wordpress.com/.
I will keep an eye on your blog and keep writing…
Thanks so much for your kind words! I’ll be sure to check out those blogs!
Amazing. Loved reading it 😀
It is such a honor to get such a nice comment from you! Thank you!
Great rhythm. The fourth line took me by surprise – made me reconsider who (or what) “he” is!
Thanks! I’m glad that you are really thinking about my poems! It really means a lot!