Tags » Tula Para Sa Tulala

The First Girl by Rob MacDonald

When I say that she was the greatest,
I mean that she resembled a circus.

She was not brightly colored,
nor was she composed

of three rings, but… 31 more words

The Woman Who Could Not Live With Her Faulty Heart by Margaret Atwood

I do not mean the symbol
of love, a candy shape
to decorate cakes with,
the heart that is supposed
to belong or break;
I mean this lump of muscle… 205 more words

World by Carol Ann Duffy

On the other side of the world,
you pass the moon to me,
like a loving cup,
or a quaich.
I roll you the sun. 76 more words

Tea by Carol Ann Duffy

I like pouring your tea, lifting
the heavy pot, and tipping it up,
so the fragrant liquid streams in your china cup.

Or when you’re away, or at work, 144 more words