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Two Wild Catkins

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Two Wild Catkins

They had sprouted in a place they were not meant to be
An empty flower pot in a lavish garden
And it wasn't at all a welcoming place
For untamed flowers that didn't curtsy.

But they were strong, bold and determined
And so they grew with their heads held high
Stubborn and fearless!
With passion that was wild.

Though they knew their time was limited
As soon, they would get uprooted,
For the garden was no place for two wild Catkins,
Nor were their spirits meant to be prisoners in a pot.

And so they waited,
And so they fought!
To live for their undying love,
Until their souls were set free!

Farah N Huq
26.09.20

© 2020 Farah N Huq

Comments

Farah N Huq (author) from Dhaka, Bangladesh on September 26, 2020:

Thank you so much, dear Lorna, for your appreciation. You are a keen observer of nature and I am happy to know that you enjoyed the poem. Stay blessed always!

Lorna Lamon on September 26, 2020:

I love the wildness of untamed flowers and these Catkins have a passion all of their own. There is a real sense to escape in this lovely poem Farah which I enjoyed reading.

Farah N Huq (author) from Dhaka, Bangladesh on September 26, 2020:

I am delighted to know that you liked the poem, Ankita! It's always great to have your support and appreciation. Bless you dear.

Ankita B on September 26, 2020:

Beautiful poem Farah. I especially loved the second last stanza. So well written. I appreciate that you chose catkins as a subject.

Farah N Huq (author) from Dhaka, Bangladesh on September 26, 2020:

These two Catkins or Kashful, as we call them in Bangla, actually grew in my garden...haha and thus they were the chosen ones! In this season we have quite a lot of these growing in empty fields. They turn entire fields in whites! It is strange that these two decided to grow in my flower pot! I am so glad you liked it, John. Thank you so much for your support and appreciation.Bless you!

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on September 26, 2020:

Hi Farah, A lovely poem, of love and wild passion trapped and longing to be free.The catkins an unlikely but very good subject to illustrate this.

Farah N Huq (author) from Dhaka, Bangladesh on September 25, 2020:

Please feel free to leave your comments, opinion or questions below. I'll be more than happy to answer them.

With love,

Farah N Huq