sea dahlia ( session 3)


Sea dahlia


sea dahlias glisten like

the sea in the sun light,

vines grasp to the sand

Tightly, the vines are the

darkest blue like the

Bottom of the ocean.

The roots whereas

sea-through as a 

window, But blue as the 

Hawaiian sea. The stem is

nearly as tall as a tree,

and it’s as green as grass,

The leaves are a jaggy

and sharp as a knife that

if you touched it you

would get a paper cut.

When it flowers it looks a

child when they have

just woken up, the pollen 

Is such a dark blue that

if you looked at it for

too long you would

be transported to the

Deepest darkest sea.


the end 

Bye Lucy

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