Mrs. Cherry-Blossoms

Mrs. Cherry-Blossoms

A Poem by Satoshi IroTzu

If you want to understand the poem a bit more:

This gift sprouts on trees.
She is budding.
Her voluptuous figure 
amplifies her charms, calling in 
for lost and wandering eyes.
And she still is
bulging her bud freely 
under the blessing of nature`s heart.

She flowers to ten
on  hidden lists of men -- blooming.
Her pounding heart craves 
for a stoic counterpart in age of thirty.
She is a child of passion
fifty times stronger in her immersion
in tenderness and tension.

Her eyes close ...
She has plenty to see 
the sweetest is the vision 
of her being seventy,
in his embrace bathing in her serenity.
She blooms fully.

In secrecy she kisses. She loves.

And then the arrival of the grim weather,
that pretty rain of her petals.
Her lust bringing her down, 
falling on the icy glass 
over the body of the frozen lake.
by her own pleasure of the past
disappearing with snowflakes.

Her warm loving  heart crashes and shatters against the surface of cold frozen lake.

But the birds sing of her return.
In another year she is to bud.
But in another few more years she is to love.

© 2017 Satoshi IroTzu

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I loved this poem.
"But the birds sing of her return.
In another year she is to bud.
But in another few more years she is to love."
The above lines wonderful. The poem took me back to my Grandparent yard. I loved to see the cherry-blossoms bloom. Thank you Satoshi for sharing the amazing poetry.

Posted 1 Year Ago

Satoshi IroTzu

1 Year Ago

Respect, Coyote.

I appreciate your informative feedback.
Coyote Poetry

1 Year Ago

Was my pleasure. I enjoyed this poem.

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Added on November 8, 2017
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Satoshi IroTzu
Satoshi IroTzu

Split, Splitsko-Dalmatinska Zupanija, Croatia