Sunflowers: A Poem
Sunflowers sprung up from the once cold ground,
In the dead of winter, all hope seemed lost,
But when the warmth of the sun came again,
Tiny seeds opened to make way for growth,
The stems grew leaves and then bright blooms,
Opening wide with courage,
And reaching for the golden sunshine,
Like smiling faces bunched together,
The sunflowers posed for a picture of hope,
A renewal of life and love after the loneliness of winter.
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