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Flower Poems. Read and share great examples of all types of flower poems including poems about roses, carnations, tulips, daisies, sunflowers, and more. This list of flower poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Flowers often symbolize the magnificence and beauty of things. They even take on the meaning and symbolism of wisdom, dying, passion, innocence, purity and more. Poets have voiced their poetic expression in flower poems for ages. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of flower poetry. This list of poetical works about flowers is an excellent resource for examples on how to write flower poems.

Poem Topics Related to Flower

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Fixated By A Rose
Sometimes our attention will turn toward some of God's special creations that may cause our hearts to skip a beat or take one's breath away.  Such was the case with me when one of God's choicest roses left me...Read More
Categories: flower, rose,
Form: Personification

Premium Member BLESSINGS

With each breath I take

With each heartbeat I sense

With each thing I see

With each sound I hear

With each flower I scent

With each being I touch

With each fruit I taste

With each step I walk

With each moment I live

I Thee glorify, my...Read More
Categories: flower, god, men, thanksgiving,
Form: Free verse
Night Meal
falls upon
landscapes visage;
dews saliva’s soft,
peppering down upon
freshly planted garden seeds;
tiny hair like roots digging deep,
searching for nutrients in the soil;
finding food and drink, the party begins.

...Read More
Categories: flower, nature, poems, poetry, tree,
Form: Etheree
All the Roses Have Their Thorns, but That's Not Why They're Adored
Smell the roses, 
Smell their air
Wonder what sweet sounds they'd share
Sounds of summer, sounds of fall,
Sounds so sweet, you'd pick them off

Tasteful colors,
Tasteless thorns
A taste of iron in the blood they pour
A taste of medicine, for ours they fall
For their...Read More
Categories: flower, nature, rose,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member India's National treasure
You are the pride of a nation
revealing the beauty of it's people
you reflect a nation's heart, mind, and soul
more brilliantly than pavo cristatus...

With grace and agility
you embody the power of your people
youthful energy unyielding strength
rivaled only by panthera tigris...

You are...Read More
Categories: flower, friendship,
Form: Free verse

Nature's Green Dress
Nature's green dress sprawls lofty upon the earth,
bursting forth with life abiding foliage,
photosynthesizing perpetual birth
that carries a carpet of created knowledge.

Ivy hems climb to the collar of fir trees,
with moss detail, but not to upstage
frisky ferns fringes, flower buttons with...Read More
Categories: flower, birth, blessing, clothes, creation, god, green, growth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MaMa Red Roses-a dedicated verse to MaMa LINDLEY and son MASTER POET ROBERT LINDLEY
MaMa Red Roses...a dedicated verse to MaMa Lindley and Son Robert Lindley

 Such a beautiful woman,
Such a beautiful woman,
I love you
Mama I bring unto you;
From the shackles of my soul;
A beautiful vase, full
Beautiful dozen Red Flowers;
Every Thanksgiving;
Cause I AM EVER...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, devotion, flower, inspirational, mom, mother
Form: Narrative
Morning Dew
Sun rays fills me with warmth
Reflections of the sun reflects my thoughts..
Life twisted with turns..
Curves and winding roads..
Avenues of fear..
Lost in a stream of confusion..

Reaching for the stop sign..
Dived into a dead end..

Early morning dew appears..
A soft wind blows as...Read More
Categories: flower, encouraging, life, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Dear Rosie
Dear Rosie so sweet, no so clue
Less I long for the day you grow and you bloom
How I wish for your petals to not fall but rise
But you are no fool for my pretty little lies.

I owe you for nothing...Read More
Categories: flower, 10th grade, anti bullying, autumn, beautiful, bullying,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Fruits III the Combination
a bee pollinates
melons, apples, oranges
flowers now sweet fruits

bees pollination
metamorphosis to pear
flower fruits ate sweet...Read More
Categories: flower, fruit, nature,
Form: Haiku
Day Lilies

Like you and I, daylilies greet 
the morning refreshed, grateful
for the daily bread of light.

Yet hardly do we turn another page
of our lives and the common cry goes up:
Life is short, our cup too little filled.

Learn from the daylily that...Read More
Categories: flower,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Strange Bedfellows
The avocado and the orchid
Together seem a little awkward,
But it has been stated
The two are related -
"Privately", so I am assured.*

*According to Mark Forsyth, both names are derived from their likeness to the testicle!...Read More
Categories: flower, fruit, men,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Papal Vision
In verity and with great hopes,
Malachy told his Prophecy of Popes!
Centuries ago, he was called to Rome,
Like the bees to their honeycomb.

There a beauteous vision did flower,
Of all remaining popes in their hour!
His sequence of most cryptic phrases,
From first to...Read More
Categories: flower, christian, destiny, god, jesus, religion, religious, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
I am human
I am not the beginning
Nor the end of it.
Evolution did not begin with me
nor am I so arrogant
As to presume that I, Human as I am,
Will represent the final flowering,
The culmination of creation.

I am human.
I was not created...Read More
Categories: flower, faith, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Potpourri
All ablaze those summer days,
And such sweet scented flowers!
Glorious gardens and sweet bouquets,
Summer madness in fragrant bowers!

Harvest the grapes and pour red wine;
Whispers of soft, sweet memories...
Burnished autumn days are so fine;
Wild winds scatter love's debris.

Before the sunrise, there was...Read More
Categories: autumn, beautiful, destiny, flower, i miss you,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member LIVING HOSTS

                          LIVING HOSTS

            rustic...Read More
Categories: art, bird, flower, imagery,
Form: Kimo
Premium Member Roses Are For The Ladies
( Roses Are For The Ladies )

So subtle but elegant, a flower is like a Mercedes
A gift for any occasion, thats strictly for the ladies
A sediment that says I love you, thanks for being you
They surprise the reciever, when their...Read More
Categories: flower, women,
Form: Rhyme
What is gold?
It is light-play on a warm summer’s day,
the sun filtering down upon Gaia’s face,
warming her children with it’s embrace.

Gold is tangerine clouds reflecting the sun’s face
while flowers refract it back into space.
Gold is warm like puppies, too
and fuzzy...Read More
Categories: appreciation, flower, nature, poems, poetry, sun, sunshine,
Form: Rhyme
Sunflower Song
When clouds above dance to our song,
when stars are birthed from arbors strong,
we wish the days were extra long;
we sing our song, we sing our song.

Oh mother moon, smile down on us,
we raise voice in respectful trust,
to celebrate the twilight...Read More
Categories: earth, environment, flower, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Monorhyme
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

SEEING through the window, are clouds which move slow or maybe the dozing fellow has decided to recall of the vibrant days as he digs deep into his bag of memories 
Alas! He's all...Read More
Categories: flower, africa, anniversary, dad, depression, emotions, father, i
Form: Imagism
Pale Shelter

Walking together entwined on garden path
you whispered the tune of autumn breeze.
Your enigmatic smile, the mirage of illusion,
I thought sparkled in my stellar yearning.

The northern wind has now started to blow,
your chilled lips curl like wilted petal of flower.
The diaphanous...Read More
Categories: flower, angst, lost love,
Form: Free verse
The Chosen

See the flower of life
in the darkest sea
unmoving can be
perfection is everything
awake and pregnant is she
his birth initiates 

An instant of faith
are the chosen
changed irreversibly 
eyes wide open
are no longer bound
to the tricks of Sodom
Gomorrah's destruction
a prophecy 

It is...Read More
Categories: flower, baptism, creation, faith, god, love,
Form: Free verse
The Pain of Love
The Pain of Love
by Michael R. Burch 
for T. M.
The pain of love is this:
the parting after the kiss;
the train steaming from the station
whistling abnegation;
each interstate’s bleak white bar
that vanishes under your car;
every hour and...Read More
Categories: flower, age, bereavement, death, farewell, funeral, pain,
Form: Verse
Bullet and Bloom
Conflicted, she aimed her weapon
Now she must choose between bullet and bloom
But even in this afterglow
It is easy to kill a flower...Read More
Categories: flower, allusion, change, surreal,
Form: Epigram
I am here but for a little while
Just here for a little while 
Just a thought a verb momentarily turned
Into action procreated for the Nations 
Out of love it's to no man 
all is the same
Man that is born,
birth of...Read More
Categories: flower, allegory, analogy, appreciation, encouraging, endurance,
Form: Lyric

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