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Flowers

By Jaya U.

January

Red carnation,

Bright buds

Waiting to bloom, 

In the weak sun

Of the cold January

 

February

Blue iris,

New in spring

Headstrong and brave

Lover of February

 

March

Yellow daffodil,

A brilliance equal to light

Shining bright

The flower of March

 

April

Purple sweet pea,

Kind and generous

Spread far and wide

April’s flower of delight

 

May

Pink lily,

Outlined in white

Standing out

In a lonely pond

The splendid flower of May

 

June

Colorful roses,

Yet widely known in red

Fall’s heart

Warm June’s flower

 

July

White larkspur,

Blooming lightly

Shared by summer and spring

The lovely flower of July


 

August

Orange gladiolus,

Splendid and gorgeous

June’s love

But the flower of August

 

September

Purple and pink aster,

With her narrow leaves

The flower of September

 

October

Golden Marigold,

The flame of autumn

And the flower of October

 

November

Violet chrysanthemum,

Shared by summer and autumn

November’s flower of joy

 

December

Colorful poinsettia,

Bloomed in darkness

December’s flower of the dark

 
 
 

Black and White

By Suhrith B.

black and white, wrong and right

it may seem deceptive if you alter the perspective

one of them is truthful, another a liar

on will leave unscathed, the other in fire

but do we know for sure,

that the liar is in the fire?

anything can happen

whatever it may be

one thing will surely be found

that sliver of gray

that wisdom locked away

safe and sound

that sliver of middle ground

 

black and white, wrong and right

it is now clear, why they are here

Untitled

By Meghna C.

Fight me if you dare

I will not give up to you

My heart’s in the mood

 

I will rise to you

For each day, will start anew

Though there is no tune

 

I may seem too odd

Though I am brave; I am me

Indefinitely