• A Dandelion Stem

     A poem by Mediana Stan, illustrated by Liviu Boar, translated by Rafael Manory

    Mom, look at me how I dress:
    A dress of poppy to impress!

    Up on my pink arms
    I put two dandelions for charms:

    Two dandelions, white, bouffant
    Like the s’eeves of a princess, puffed out.
    I will be able to fly ahead
    Up above the flowers' woven bed...

    So dressed, there in the field I am 
    A golden dandelion stem!



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