I Call it Love – Beautiful Flowers Poems
Can one conceive of any reason for a flower’s beauty excepting our ability to enjoy their exquisite splendor? Of course there are scientific reasons for flowers beautiful colors such as attracting animals to spread nectar and enabling them to reproduce.
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Source: Nature Poems from Family Friend Poems
I am the resplendent shine of a flower,
Fiery in crimson joy upon the soil,
Scintillating, an ember in cyan,
I, never, fade in your world.
I am the tiny wings of a rose,
Luminous at dusk and blazing at dawn,
Gleaming in happiness like a polar star,
Illuminate your galaxy all the time.
I am the comely face of divine creation, gazing at yours.
2. Gently Picked Flower
Going at the Pace of a little elF,
Eventually, It Ignites the floraL,
Nectar flow, Crowned with a fragrant halO.
Tantalizing, Kisses of honey dew lay on it’s succulent pilloW.
Lapping the Evidence from my fingers and facE,
Yesterday’s Delicious, gently picked flowerR.
No matter where you see a Red Rose
Whether it’s in a store or wild and free
You always see it withering
There’s never a chance to grieve until it’s gone
But if you look onto a Yellow Rose
The color is always perfect
The petals are never drooping
And they’re always of abundance
4. A Flower
Have you ever heard
of a flower that never needs
Water, soil, or sunshine?
A flower that stays in full bloom
Through summer and winter
Through good times and bad
A flower that rarely gets smaller,
A few lost petals,
A little droop,
but, without a doubt,
it will always regrow
into something more beautiful.
I have one of those.
I call it Love.