HE BROUGHT ME FLOWERS

HE BROUGHT ME FLOWERS

A Chapter by Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)
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this morning

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He brought me flowers last year
Three flowers on Valentine
It's obvious he meant he loves me
Though he didn't give a line

He brought me flowers last month
Seven flowers on a January eve
I asked him what he meant there
He said, "I love you so much, don't leave"

He brought me flowers last week
Six flowers on my birthday
"Why six? " I asked him softly
"I love you forever, please stay"

He brought me flowers this morning
Many flowers on February
But I cannot ask him anymore
When in his eyes those tears I see

He brought me flowers with love
On my grave,  now it's all I have.






© 2016 Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)


Author's Note

Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)
Sorry, deep and dark concept for now. :(( I am just writing what comes to my mind.


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this reminds me of emily dickinson and how she wrote in apostrophe (from the perspective of the dead person)

how the lover who has died feels the compassion for her mate, who still loves her so and brings her flowers for all the occasions as he did when she was alive.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thank you, sir. Maybe when I have time, I will try to research and read her works especially what yo.. read more



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This piece is so cute and sad at the same time! The blending of emotions is perfect! Keep up the good work!

Posted 4 Years Ago


Profoundly touching.
Well conceived and nicely expressed.
An outstanding piece of work!

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

A sad and powerful poem. Using flowers and love to create places leading to sad ending. Thank you dear Poet for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 5 Years Ago


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This is sad yet so beautiful, dhaye. We can never really tell the wishes of our departed loved ones. But i like to think that they want us to move on and go on with our lives even without them.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thank you, Gab.
this reminds me of emily dickinson and how she wrote in apostrophe (from the perspective of the dead person)

how the lover who has died feels the compassion for her mate, who still loves her so and brings her flowers for all the occasions as he did when she was alive.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thank you, sir. Maybe when I have time, I will try to research and read her works especially what yo.. read more

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Hello! I am Dhaye, a public secondary school teacher, a passionate artist "married" to her dream. I write in different perspectives. So please know NOT all my works are about me. .. more..

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