The Fuzz

The Fuzz

A Poem by Meek McGee
"

Dandelions never try to try; they just go where the wind blows

"

I was on the brink of sleep when a

Dandelion opened my window.

It rested near the foot of my

Bed.


I saw seeds

Protruding from

Fluff corners. He

Was tired.

I was tired.

We were tired.

We shared the bed.

Have you ever seen flowers

Fly?

Fluorescent trails of light

Follow them.

Stem your surprise

Close your eyes

Picture love:

Cry


The dandelion arose without thanks.

He caressed his fuzz; His seeds were away.


Did my heart always feel this

way?


Place

Love

Under

My

Mirror.

Earnestly

Trying,

I

Never

Go


Dandelions never try to try;

They just go where the wind blows


The wind blows.

© 2014 Meek McGee


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Added on June 15, 2014
Last Updated on June 18, 2014
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Meek McGee
Meek McGee

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I love writing poetry, and thought that maybe this would be the place to get into it again. I really enjoy music, anime, and books. Especially anything that has a hint of wonder of fantasy to it. F.. more..

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