These Flower Couplet poems are examples of Couplet poems about Flower. These are the best examples of Flower Couplet poems written by international PoetrySoup poets
I have found it at last
Flower told in legends past
Its color vibrant as gold
My furry body it will hold
I have had no color since my birth
This is the only color left on Earth
Its yellow beauty is so bright
Brighter than the noon sun’s light
Now on my flower I must feed
The flavor-filled pollen it will bleed
This is for a picture Abe Lopez asked me to write a poem on from Raul Moreno's pictures
I am a red red rose
A beauty to behold
My texture captivates
My scent invigorates
Petals, a velvet red
Coverings for your bed
Leaves an emerald garb
That hide the hidden barb
Though thorns be on my stem
Touch me, ignoring them
Please, handle me with care
Dethorned, my beauty bare
I am a red red rose
Your passion for me grows
Rose water from me drips *
And wets your precious lips
I beautify your soul
My presence makes you whole
I am a red red rose
Eileen Manassian Ghali
PS...A different take on Robert Burns famous Poem, A Red Red Rose.
*By the way, rose water is used in many desserts in Lebanon. One of my favorites, Mouhalabieh, a white custard that is topped with syrup and pistachios, contains rose water. Yummy....Let your mind run riot with that one! :)
It’s almost March and Spring will come
To brighten daises in the sun,
As tinted buds around my gate
Will soon wear garlands, I await.
Then daybreak radiates to spray
Each perfumed cheek while beams display
Fresh golden blooms so lemon-bright;
In yellow tones...such rare delight.
Oval-shaped leaves unfurling now
Infusing highlights through the bough,
Adorning a crown of flowers
In amber shade from dazzling hours.
When hues of morn begin to croon
Their rhythm to cycle’s fortune
Oh daisies in the sun, I’ll hear
The lambent glow of Spring’s premiere!
Here Comes The Sun Contest
For the hills they undulate and roll,
Set beneath a crimson sky.
Image liken, to castle ramparts past,
Now slowly worn away with time.
For only seconds before the dawn,
And the mighty sun to rise.
Once more its rays to warm the earth,
And ascend into the sky.
For little bird how sweet you sing,
As you usher now the new morn in.
From branch to branch flit to and fro,
Along the leafy wild hedgerow.
For amongst the green, a dusting fare,
Of pastel shades of color there.
For gentle are the flowers that spring,
Who’s petals blossom like fairy wings.
© N Windle.
Moonflowers are night-blooming dwellers,
perfect for night owls and late night strollers.
Passed by on the street with a glance or a stare.
Forgot in a moment; Why would I care?
Roaming the night feeling your soul bleed.
Always alone with your shame and your need.
Shying away from the suns warm glow.
A wounded child unable to know.
The glorious flower hiding inside.
Yearning to burst with color and pride.
Who tends the garden sowing the seed?
Feeding and trimming and tending all need.
With his love and his word the flower will bloom.
Glorious color bursting forth from the gloom.
Unto the sky the flower will raise.
Full of joy, full of laughter, full of praise.
Copy write 2011
Russell H Smith
There in a bed of petals rests
The latest blooms burst from their nests
Beneath the trees in even's shade
Those nodding flowers dipped and swayed
And one more tender petal fell
The coloured bed of scents to swell
I'll rest me in this quiet shade
'Till sunset's glow does quickly fade
And rest me in these petals sweet
No kingly throne made greater seat
From thence the view I shall survey
The setting sun, the flowers gay
And if, perhaps, I then should tire
I'd follow this, my heart's desire
And there upon that petalled bed
I'd rest my weary, happy head
Perfumed by fragrance from the ground
To go where pleasant dreams abound
Written for the contest by the same name. First Place.
Aberdevines disperse in woods encouraging the leaves to shine
while skies will open to reflect the nature's wisdom and design.
© G. V. 06-14-2013
sunshine is blazing down, flowers sweetly fragrant
Waft on gentle breezes through the beds so vibrant
contest: Loving Summer 06/13/2013
Fuscia bells tinkle with pollen for busy bees to attain
Making sure next summer the bells will ring again
Contest : loving summer. 13/06/2013