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Petite Delight
by Julia Dutta
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  Beside the stately palm
you stood
leaning against it
in a reposing mood
while with your hair
played the sweet-scented breeze
and kissed you gently
on your rosy cheek-
the birds chirped away
and sang of your sweetness
as I stood and thought
oh little one of only three
how have you aroused nature
to such delight?


A series of Past tense – poems from 1972 – 1986 
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June 08, 2013
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