Monday, January 08, 2007

in the florist's winnock
a corse-shapit wraith
o voar flooers




in the florist's window
a cruciform wreath
of spring flowers

6 comments:

  1. very good, and timely, too.

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  2. Anonymous6:16 PM

    Had to look up "cruciform"...still not 100% sure what it is used for. Also, not sure why it is timely.

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  3. I was thinking that cruciform is a way of a crucifixion -- if so, I got it and it's really nice. :)

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  4. cruciform means: cross shaped.
    someone's wreath made of spring flowers:death and resurrection.
    written on the last day of Christmas
    john

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  5. Good explanation, and in time too!:)The symbolic language of forms. Thanks John.

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