GALANTHUS

A heavy ray of light is
resting on a slender body
bowing humbly to the soil
The graves are smiling

 

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Author: Blogging_with_Bojana

I'm diggin' Need to grow, have to push Flicking through vinyl and feeding the rush I dig for that one and I open the haunt It's takin' all day from the back to the front I'm diggin' and diggin' You know Sorry baby I'm gone diggin' www.bloggingwithbojana.com

53 thoughts on “GALANTHUS”

    1. Let’s say I challenged myself. I find short forms intimidating. If you don’t do everything right, the chances of blowing it are pretty high. I’ve found a new passion.
      Sooo happy you like this one.

      Btw, the flowers are called snowdrops and are quite common in Europe at this time of the year (end Feb/early March), usually protruding from the snow. It means the spring is knocking at the door. They always grow in number and can be found both in the city and the forest and, for some strange reason, at the cemetery, which obviously served as an inspiration…I saw the first ones yesterday.

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