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Death Poems About Chameleon

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Poem Details | by K.M.S.O. |
Categories: confusion, mystery, sympathy,

A Chameleon In Havana's Moon

Under the sticky city lights
She wears venom high heels
Quenches ones thirst of margarita
Sway meringue and salsa

Eyes speaks- the twilight shadow of her soul
Smiles spread from her Cherubic face
Drown the crowd with her laughter
Desired by many sleepless envy

A mute whispers untamed heart-
of society's hair of glitter and salt
Still Nameless,mysterious undisclosed
Back in wilderness_she evolve.


Poem Details | by Valentin Busuioc |
Categories: change, death, emotions,

Chameleon

in the winter
death is a white hare

in the summer
it takes the colour of the forest

this hare is rather fearful
it only sits on its hind legs
and looks around 
careful not to be spotted

and as old as it is
no one has ever seen it
more than once