Poem A Day December 28th

Buttercup Pumpkin Rump

By Jackie Fedyk


Buttercup Pumpkin Rump

Fast asleep outside the dump

Delicate, fragile little girl

Doesn’t belong from this nasty world

Her hair spun of gold rests in silk mounds of waves

Her loveliness lost upon our Earthy knaves

She fell from the pages of fairy tale story

Lost in our world memento mori

Famished and misplaced she’s left here to die

Without a heartbroken eye to let out a cry

She was born in true splendor from white mountain ash

And an ignorant someone threw her out with the trash


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