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Flower Lay Poems

These Flower Lay poems are examples of Lay poems about Flower. These are the best examples of Lay Flower poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Burgundy
My brand new sleek automobile,
My dewy rose with scent appeal,
Sparkling rubies, beauty's ideal,
Cherries and cream after a meal.

Sunset skies of the lazy days,
Valentine heart, during...

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Categories: bird, color, flower, fruit,



Premium Member The Patio
I sit and sip my cold iced tea;
And watch the ships go out to sea.
On the patio blooms crowd me,
While I'm lost in sweet memory.

In...

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Categories: beautiful, bird, flower, memory,

Premium Member Whispers
Silver waves in moonlight gleaming,
Flowers grace the field that's dreaming.
Soft wings of bright green butterflies,
Rise with birds toward sunshine skies!

Light rains tapping at the windows,
Rustling...

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Categories: beautiful, butterfly, flower, imagery,

When The Inside Dies-CL


A wayside plant nobody cared,
bloomed a forlorn flower in spring.
In glint of petals your face flared,
like motif on butterfly wing.

At the edge of instinct luring,
lancet...

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Categories: desire, feelings, flower,

Premium Member a wilted rose-Lei
is love to be a wilted rose
to fade beneath the winter snows

to pierce itself with its own thorn
its beauty hide in death to mourn

i watch...

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Categories: analogy, flower, love, rose,



To Julianne
A lot said of Almighty’s modeling
Just a few minutes to lunchtime ding
Persons like thee make any evidence of such perish 
You came out hot from...

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Categories: beautiful, deep, emotions,

Premium Member Mastering My Life
The day was short and I was tall,
oops, got that backwards after my fall,
for I was mixed up and worried,  befuddled I say
on this...

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Categories: addiction, adventure, age, career,

Lay them in their bed
settled in deep by a heart thats still in mourn
laying down to rest in a bed made by the torn

a face in a picture, eyes...

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Categories: lay, family, voice, voice,

To You
If I were you I would come home
O little bee your flower is too far
And more dry the farther you roam
Its burning gas what seem...

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Categories: allegory, friendship, flower, flower,

When I lay my first kiss
I heard the 
rustle of 
the wind
I heard the 
laughter of 
the frond
I felt the 
calm of the 
night
I smelt the 
fragrance 
of the 
flower
They...

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Categories: lay, introspection

My ghetto (What makes it so?)
Ghettos simply defined but true…a place where society’s worse of the worst 

seem to reside, a place were the way where’d people tend to thrive…a...

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Categories: black african american, inspirational,

Premium Member We Lay in Clover
Inhaling scent of heather and each blossomed spray
Surrounding us that warm clear springtime day,
We lay in clover, with our eyes on a bouquet -
White, wooly...

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Categories: lay, lost love, romance

Can we be?
And there was a skunk in the garden that proclaimed I am the rose, but surely he was not 
and his odor was fowl to...

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Categories: inspirationalgarden, rose,

I Lay Me Down
One white flower in a wan worn field,
The frailest of butterflies failing,
The brown-leafed grief of an old year's yield,
The last ray of sun unavailing;

I lay...

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Categories: lay, lost love

A Generational Curse
we tend to forget the time when we ourselves were very young
our own parents did not understand some of the things we had done
we had...

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Categories: family, funny, introspection, life,