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Ranunculus Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Wormwood Dale Gregory Cozart Free verse Free verse ranunculus, anger, break up,
Memories That Faded Away Aishwarya vr Imagism Imagism ranunculus, hope, imagery, mountains, nature,
Premium Member Poem Spring Flowers CayCay Jennings Abecedarian Abecedarian ranunculus, flower, spring,
Abecedarian Blooms Moon Flower Abecedarian Abecedarian ranunculus, april, flower, spring,
A Lovey Day Terry Trainor Prose Poetry Prose Poetry ranunculus, nature,
A Lovely Day Terry Trainor Prose Poetry Prose Poetry ranunculus, nature,
Springtime Wannabe Brian Magness Rhyme Rhyme ranunculus, funny, nature, seasonsgod, prayer,

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Ranunculus Poem Example

Abecedarian Blooms

Apple blossoms derived from the Wild crab
Birds of paradise resemble a brightly colored bird in flight
Cosmos flowers are very popular among gardeners for its beauty
Dogwood is a symbol of Christianity

Eastern redbud known as spice wood tree
Freesia flowers undeniably the “individualists” of the plant world
Ghost flowers depicted a ghostly translucent with reddish-purple spot
Hawthorn flowers heal the broken heart

Iris flowers symbolize as goddess of the rainbow
Jasmine known for its sweet, exotic fragrance for thousands of years
Kangaroo paw noted for their unique bird attracting flowers
Lesser celandine has a hairless perennial in the buttercup family

Mountain laurel known as mountain-laurel or spoon wood
Naked lady known for her scientific name amaryllis or “sparkling”
Orchids also known for its ‘testicles’ – shape roots as Greek meaning
Pussy willow fancied likeness to tiny cats or “pussies”

Quercus prinus a scientific name which means Chestnut oak
Ranunculus also known as St. Anthony’s turnip.
Spring snowflake known for its scientific meaning as ‘spring white violet’
Tiger lily stands for wealth and prosperity

Ursinia is named in honor of German scholar Johannes Ursinus
Viburnum also known as cranberry bush
Winter aconite is a genus of eight species of flowering plants
Xylosteum a scientific name which means European fly honeysuckle

Yellow anemone known for its other name as buttercup anemone
Zinnia symbolizes as lasting affection and goodness


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given by Broken Wings

11th placer in a contest
by Eve Roper

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