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Princess Flower

My sweet Emma, I placed the purple flower in your hair and you smiled. Carefree you danced as the royal color of your shift swirled in its dappled patterns. Heaven could not have made a more perfect vision, every movement a whirlwind of charm lost in a world with too little beauty like that of the innocent flower in your hair, enchanting in its simplicity.

Copyright © James Inman

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Flowers Are Miracles That Grow

Flowers Are Miracles That Grow

C olors that splash and blend to heal
L ove held firm in holding hands.
O ne love that gifts fantastic thrill
V isions of peace in all lands.
E very heart finds destined true love
R emembering joys from above.

M eadows, flowers flowing up the hill
I nvite my soul to cleave to hers.
R acing out into winter's snowy chill
A soft touch she lovingly prefers.
C atching life and bottling its glee
L iving our life, just her and me. 
E ternal hope as large as an Oak tree.
S weetest honey from my beautiful bee.

G oing out into a cool summer rain
R unning into her soft embrace.
O ften riding on her treasure train.
W ith smiles upon euphoric face.

Robert J. Lindley, 09-27-2015
( Clover, Miracles Grow)

Copyright © Robert Lindley

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Favorite Flower

Daffodils of gold wind their way through heaven's green pastures 
As angels whisper through the meadows of my mind 
Fragrance forgotten through the passing years 
Forever dormant, lingers in sphere of time  
Ominously transparent in the shells of life
Done now are things I cannot change   
If only I could return the fragrance that I stole
Letting you know that I seek forgiveness
Soon all seasons would shower daffodils

Copyright © Judy Konos

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B asking in the sunshine
U pon a lovely flower
T reating on its nectar
T hen moving to another
E njoying nectar anew
R ising with the breeze
F loating in the air
L ovely to view in the
Y ellow glowing sunshine

Copyright © john beharry

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(Acrostic Poem) 
(From my flower collection poetry)- 

R- esting so beautiful among the flower beds, 
0- bject of man's devotions, 
S- ending your message of beauty to all, 
E- ndearing, among them you're the best 

I- n a colorful display your bearded face, 
R- anting to the Sun, all day and night, 
I- ntroverted you bow to the ground but 
S- till in your grace you kiss the Sun! 

M- iracle dressed up in yellow,oranges 
A- dding to your presence more warmth, 
R- adiating such a beauty under the sun, 
I- nviting within your petals lights, 
G- oing around in circles,endless 
O- bvious to my eyes,you're having fun, 
L- ayers of softness,so ilusive you are 
D- ancing away under the magic of the Sun! 

Dorian Petersen Potter 


Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter

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Gardening is planting the seed in hope that it will grow and blossom 
All things will blossom with time and sunshine
Roads can get bumpy when it rains but you can weather the storm
Don't let to much water fall from you can it can ruin the roots
Even if you don't mean to you still can neglect you plant
Never give up on your plant even when it looks like it's dying
I will give it plenty of time and attention and I will talk to it too
Need to give it plenty of space when transplanted so as not to anger
Grow with all my heart till it will burst open

The Sweetest Touch Contest
Tricia Bernard 

Copyright © Patricia Bernard

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 R- esting so beautiful among the flower beds
 0- bject of man's devotions
 S- ending your message of beauty to all
 E- ndearing, among them you're the best

 I- n a colorful display your bearded face
 R- anting to the Sun, all day and night
 I- ntroverted you bow to the ground but
 S- till in your grace you kiss the Sun

 M- iracle dressed up in yellow,oranges
 A- dding to your presence more warmth
 R- adiating such a beauty under the Sun
 I- nviting within your petals light
 G- oing around in circles,endless
 O- bvious to my eyes,you're having fun
 L- ayers of softness,so ilusive you are
 D- ancing away under the magic of the Sun.

 Dorian Petersen Potter
 aka ladydp2000


Authors notes:

From my flower poetry collection -

Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter

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     W hen summer ends and a cool wind blows

     I n the garden there is just one rose

     L eft all alone  in the cool of the day

     T he last rose of summer slowly fades away


Copyright © Joseph May

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F reely sharing your beauty in 
L ovely shapes and colours as you 
O pen up your precious buds
W hen each one is ready to 
E xhibit Nature's beauty in a
R ange of shapes and sizes in a
S plendid display of her artistry

Copyright © john beharry

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At this time of the year spring
prevails and the tulips grow
resplendent, as rich colors
infiltrate patches of white,
like jewels set in the snow.

Written by Emile born April 29, for “Birth Month Acrostics - Poetry Contest”.

Copyright © Emile Pinet

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Jonquil Bulbs

Over the
Next hill
Quietly resting
Underneath the
Icy ground
Lay the jonquils.

Unscathed by
Long winter days
Bearing the promise of 

Copyright © Jeanette Woods

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Love is pure least, that's what I thought at first...don't spend your time unwisely, searching for temporary love that's sugar-coated and is an unbreakable vow
Oh! But, I wanna experience love at first sight (OH STOHP WHINING) - I need to have a faithful mate very badly, but I must remain self-controlled and patient, for the time will come!
Vibrant sun smiles down on me...sun rays warm my heart of affection and heartfelt emotions - hatred is an unwanted guest! An annoying pest! It envies our everlasting love, blossoming like a flower in spring
Enlivened by your innocence and pleasurable friendship - does she truly love me or is is just my impossible-to-achieve dream I dream...caught under your wicked spell! You're an enchanting oath that I don't..loathe

Copyright © J. W. Earnings

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Zing Me Little Bumble Bee Zyx contest

"Zing me" said the flower to the bumble bee
Yellow seeds of desire is what I rend to you  
Xerotic petals that need slow ease 
wait for the rain and your presence renew  
Vesting my centers with your sweet pollen, 
unrobing me with you're hums and buzzes,
total fruition takes place, as you 
sneak into my pollen sacs and make away 
rendering me seed-full... 
Quadriphonic notes coming from your tumbling body 
putting in and taking out 
oh the joys of fertilization; 
Now the time has come for a summer dance 
my little bumble bee, 
let us mate and bring forth flowers; 
Kindly do your duty my fuzzy friend 
joyful gardens need our trend  
I for one am glad your here 
helping me beautify the world; 
Gently come and appendage me,   
Fulfill your duty, for gardener's sake 
Every act of love reciprocates 
Don't forget to visit me tomorrow 
cause I am longing to give you my flower power 
Beautiful bumblebee, come on in, feel free 
Annular visits are what I'm hoping for, my sweet sweet bumble bee xxx
October 9, 2015


Copyright © Mystic Rose

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Antique Rose

            And of all the roses there is none more lovely than the antique rose,
Nothing compares to the classic old-rose shape, round and with full petals;
      Tumbling from a vase or garden trellis, creamy roses soft and pink,
In my mother's vast planting there was always a place for these vintage roses.
          Quite beautiful and romantic for a blushing bride to carry down the aisle,
Under my kitchen window they grow in harmony with my other sweet flowers;
      Even at my mother's funeral, her casket was draped in antique roses.

           Really they are my favourite flower and I have fond memories of them,
On walks around the garden with mother we would pick a bouquet of pale colors;
      Sweet oyster, pale pink, nude and rose, vintage beauties of perfection,
Even the antique rose grows at mother's tomb taken from her own wild garden;
            Soft and gorgeous, they are perfection for new love and for sad lost love.

November 4, 2015


For the contest, Favorite Flower, sponsor, Nayda Ivette Negron

First Place

Copyright © Broken Wings

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written for a contest in 2014

S unlight awakens from the winter’s gloom, 
P assing out sunrays in bright yellow plumes, 
R esurrecting flowers from sleeping doom,  
I nstantly bringing them into full bloom,
N ature’s beauty is alive and resumed,
G ardens now dressed in vibrant costume!

Copyright © Genevieve Mika-Stevens

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A Rose is a rose by any name

Another day arrives so I embrace all I see
Rose becomes a constant inspiration to me
On any given day she opens my eyes
She becomes empowerment that is larger than I.

Every moment feels like it could be the chance
Inside the words lives the opportunity to advance
So sweet are the words that they alter my soul
Arms appear for me to climb from this hole.

Realizing the beauty of the flower that bears this name
Opening my mind in turn changing the game
Something calls to me telling me it shall be okay
Everything I lost becomes lost in yesterday.

By any other name it’s still a beautiful flower
Yearning to grow yet requiring a shower
Anything can happen when a flower grows
Yesterday disappears as my purpose starts to show.

No one can take this away no matter what they try
Angels from heaven let loose a heavenly sigh
My love becomes the focus and nothing is the same
 Every Rose is a rose by any name……

Copyright © Mark Russell

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                            I must compare a beautiful Tulip
                            Another sweet fragile flower..bestowed, also 
                            Nurtured......and will give of your love to me
                            As this long... hot over to night
                            Gentle my loving probing touch,....will linger
                            Under moonlights glow...embracing we sway
                            You sense my passion,my lust...all my needs  
                    succumb, passions path we go
                             Ever so gentle i melt of you
                             Rolling your an unfurled tulip

Copyright © Ian Guyler

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Hold in your delicate hands this collection of a flowered community,
You'll see how the thousands of petals smile at your touch.
Dancing with shadows of sun and sky, the flowers play.
Romance of the stem and soil, creation of creativity,
A brilliant blossom of thumbprint kisses upon the bush.
No rose could show such an extensive collection,
Gladiolas and daffodils shall never birth such harmony.
Embrace the many vibrant colors of the hydrangea.
A spectacular sight of superiority, beauty for you and me.

Copyright © Casarah Nance

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Gently Picked Flower (Revised)

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.

Copyright © Lena Fuller