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The Flower Song (poem)

Updated on January 12, 2017

Twas summer’s glory on the day they met

As youthful kisses marked their silhouette

They kissed from morning past when starlight set

In all their richness there was one regret

The sight of flower growing by their side


Their days were filled with wonder and surprise

Each corner brought new Joys to spark their eyes

A fairytale their kisses would comprise

As every way new kisses would arise

And flower opened up its blossom wide


In time these hope filled lovers would be wed

As thoughts toward home and family led

Warm kisses sent their children to their bed

As kisses to these memories were shed

And flower’s seeds filled world with beauty’s pride


As life went on misfortune found their way

Amazed and dazed they met its harsh dismay

But dreams of kisses nothing could defray

With kisses’ wishes lovers chose to stay

As rainless days the strength of flower tried


The winds across the couple’s story passed

Such moments had their star of ever massed

A fragrance floating lifetime’s skies so vast

One teardrop brought their stories to the last

The kisses stopped the instant flower died


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      Victor W. Kwok 3 years ago from Hawaii

      Indeed, this was a lovely poem about love from beginning to end.

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      Shauna L Bowling 3 years ago from Central Florida

      I love this expression of a couple's life together from youth through the end. Beautiful sentiment, Martin!