Invitation, to fireworks: of fireflies

L. B. Mek

Notice of absence from L. B. Mek
'fare ye well' kind friends



Mother Nature frees - her inhibition’s, breeze

swaying gracefully, with each whispered whimsy


her trumpet clouds – declare, loud-n-proud

foreshock of anticipation – pulsating, invitingly


tremors of expectant crescendo, undeniable

day of your birth, unmistakable;


from dawn’s, blank-page horizons of opportunity

till midnight’s, spotlight comforting-stars of serenity


a weeklong full-moon, hope-drunk party

welcoming, every birthstone colour: equally


Sakura petals celebrating, out-of-season blooming

cherished days, serenaded - by laughter’s harmony


© L. B. Mek

January 2019

  • Author: L. B. Mek (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 26th, 2021 03:23
  • Comment from author about the poem: Happy b'day Ed, Edd, Eddy! 'You just remember to treasure the child, within let those dastardly numbers, simply do their own thing' 'Age: ain't nothing but a number!'
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  • Thekkinkkattil

    You have described the breeze ,clouds,dawn and dusk and the colours of nature aptly

    • L. B. Mek

      thank you, appreciate you taking the time to comment and encourage

    • Jerry Reynolds

      Well written, L.B.
      As sweet as the girl withe the flowers in her hair. Good casting.

      • L. B. Mek

        lol, I have a go-to talent agency
        'google search',
        genuinely think witnessing a Sakura tree blossom
        is one of Nature's
        exquisitely delicate scenes: of untainted beauty...
        so glad you enjoyed the read Jerry, thank you!

      • Neville

        there is absolutely nothing I dont like about your latest poem L.B ..

        pleasing to the eye with great form flow throughout .. masterfully metaphored if ever there was such a thing and a super joyous celebratory message bathed in natures splendid hues ....... I ask ya, wots not to like ......................... N

        • L. B. Mek

          you've just gone and made my blushing cheeks
          match, those Sakura petal's shades of pink... lol
          thank you my friend!
          what an encouraging and comprehensive comment
          you've got my poetic soul, gliding
          with those trumpeting clouds 😳😵😁

        • SureshG

          There’s beauty everywhere within the nature’s course of life, in birth and yes also in death, for one nurtures the other, as do your words nurture us today.

          • L. B. Mek

            less comment than prose, elevated
            to poetic nuances, as worded glucose
            fuelling my courage, to climb
            ever higher, on those challenging
            mountainous peaks, of Artistry's dreams..
            (thank you! dear Poet)

          • Saxon Crow

            A very beautiful poem today LB.

            • L. B. Mek

              lol, I have one in me - for every 100, or so...
              me man, me stoic and me 💪
              'what, there's a flu bug, going around you say?' 😱 ... lol
              (sorry for my silly antics, dear poet
              thank you for taking the time to encourage and support
              glad you could connect with my scribble)

            • Goldfinch60

              Very good words Mek, may those cherished days be forever with you.


              • L. B. Mek

                I blame you Andy
                it's all those 'walking with nature' poems
                you share, that's influenced me...
                thank you, my friend

                • Goldfinch60

                  Ok I’ll take the blame Mek, I have broad shoulders.


                • Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

                  Beautiful poem Mek .. lovely to read ))

                  • L. B. Mek

                    thank you! really appreciate
                    you scrolling back, to find
                    how very kind, dear Poet

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