Cygnus X-1

Blowing Bubbles

Carried upon a soft whisper
Of a summer breeze
Bubbles float aloft
Dancing amongst trees,
Pleasing little children
With colours so bright,
Swirling all around
Then, soon out of sight.

Delightful globes
Of the richest hues
Of amethyst and jade,
Which would you choose?
Sadly, soon obliterated,
A mere momentary joy,
A child’s rainbow globe
Was such a pleasant toy.

Their elegant fragility
Captivated one and all;
I feel a sense of wonder
As I often recall,
And you, my friend
I’m sure you do too
As this simple pleasure
Your heart did woo!


Comments1

  • yellowrose

    Lovely poem . Sweet words )



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