Sunflowers and Tequila

Sunflowers and Tequila short poem

Photo by Marcel Sigg

Bright and beautiful describes her smile
The happiness and feelings are real, the tightest
Make me smile without saying a word, it’s been a while
Millions of sunflowers but she’s the brightest
Patron and Don Julio at night
Grateful and blessed with such a sight
Like a bright sunflower, she shines
She’s mine, She’s mine
Never a dull moment, I could relive everyday
Blessed spirit, perfect in every way
Insightful like Athena
Beautiful and exquisite like Sunflowers and Tequila

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AMAZING!! 10/10



Sunflowers short poem

A preacher was shedding dirty tears for burning hills. Pinned up on tongue was a slogan. Death for all sunflowers. Draped in blood who was trespassing the sickle moon? I cannot raise the mist where you stand naked in sunlight.