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Poem Details | by Igor Goldkind |
Categories: love,

Wooing the Artist With Flowers

Words are merely thoughts to keep flowers company; 

Pictures you can hang in your hall.

But the faces of these blossoms, 

Slightly jealous of your smile,

See well past the obstacles you have stored there.

There is tenderness in their contemplation of the grayness in your eyes.

And they mutter amidst the clutter,

'tis not the speed that makes the journey, but the direction that you choose’.

Whilst welcoming the warmth from your hands as you arrange them.

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: love, nature, seasons

enticing flowers and hearts

that first peep of the crocus breaking through frozen earth longer hours of sunlight bulbs drawn by brief sensations of warmth like hearts that had lingered in frozen graves waiting for gestures of kindness ice melting, exposing vulnerability enticing daffodils, hyacinths, lilies often emerging too early late frosts wilt blooms premature buds succumb to April chills no headstones, no names only hope remains perhaps next spring a longer lifespan awaits hearts and flowers willing to face uncertainty again
*For Francine's "Flowers" contest by Carolyn Devonshire

Poem Details | by Royal Ninja |
Categories: life, love, love,

Plastic Flowers

I just thought as I looked at the table,
to love I am no longer able.
I look at the vase,
take a second look just in case.
It came to me,
our so called love I now see.
Our love may be fake but forever will last,
despite our troublesome past.
Plastic flowers I stare,
not real but who would care.
Our love is as fake as the flowers,
to revive you would need powers.
Yet fake flowers need no tending,
and love you are not sending.
You can just leave them their,
forever they'll last not needing air.

Poem Details | by L. J. Carber |
Categories: analogy, beauty, celebration, love, wisdom,

When Flowers Die

When flowers die, they die slowly-
edge by edge the petals curl,
still, silently, without complaint....

Unlike us,
cut flowers should be let go 
before the first tinge 
of death while they are yet 
radiant in deepest color.

We, however, must stay alive long,
long past our first bloom--
till we have crinkled and brutishly 
browned with excess time.

Yet we have what flowers have not: 
our love for them dies with them 
while our love for our beloved blooms,
more resplendent with long years, 
lasting past the fading, 
lasting past even death itself....

Poem Details | by jay del fierro |
Categories: life, love

Walking Flowers....

Her scented perfume
another flower with toes,
as I bend to breeze....

Poem Details | by liam mcdaid |
Categories: angel, beautiful, beauty, blessing, flower, love, sweet,

Queen of flowers

Underneath the currents shifting sand 
turning over tides touch waves salted

Moonlight of a silver whisper echoes 
Standing still time breathless satin silk baited

Velvety white rose of purity dancing on air nods 
your petal softness opens out from the heart claimed

Fairest in the garden beauty upon thorns sits 
sweetly scented in a summer fragrance kissed

When the sun awakens entering your colour shines 
crowned by the dewdrops of morning warmly blessed

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: life, love

Blue Flowers

Soft tantalizing petals
Of the perfect flower
Giving peace and calmness
Over life’s ongoing agony
Hope brings a mind’s eye
Visions of love’s heart
Talks of simple past
Greater than perfection
Living an unpredictable life
Not knowing where you’ll be
Showing unpredictable feelings
Hoping that you’ll soon see
The moon’s penetrating rays
Lighting the cool night air
Filling the heart’s emptiness
With something that cares
Love is a needful thing
Holding fast and true
Forever will it sing
A tune greater than blue…
Blue Flowers

Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Tahera Mannan |
Categories: love

A Garland of Flowers

I wove a garland of flowers
A garland full of love
Beautiful stars fallen on the green carpet
I collected and wove
The dew drunk red rose amongst
The daisies so white
The heady jasmine round them
I wove into a ring
The tiny blue bells danced around 
The lily’s unstained beauty
Yellow wild flowers peeped from under
The vibrant petals of marigold
Then into this ring I wove
My love and desires
And held it against my heart
For him when he’d come near

By-Tahera Mannan
Contest- Flowers
Sponsored by- Francine Roberts

Poem Details | by Kelli Egloff-Metzgar |
Categories: lost love, love

Wild Flowers

I look out the window
Morning dew rests upon
the wild flowers
A tear rolls down my face
I imagine you 
wiping it away
As you have so many 
times before
But you are no longer
The suns rays dry the
dew on the wild flowers
Still, my tears remain
I thought it was forever
But you left
Just after the rain.

Poem Details | by Tim Smith |
Categories: love,

Flowers In The Ocean

Still  naked 
small speck  burning 
double clicked  attention 
wading through the light 

free fall fasting 
lying half asleep 

Vinyl wraps round the beauty 
meanders with the breeze 
grasping for a sleeping angel 
found lost in perfect harmony 

Slipping through the window 
heading for your seams 
breathing  curiosity 
hidden in your dreams 

free falling fast 
lying half asleep 

Filling up tomorrow 
such a pretty being 
flowers in the ocean 
such a pretty thing

Poem Details | by Jemmy Farmer |
Categories: fantasy, love

Flowers and Love (Cornish Verse I-I)

I came with flowers and love,
just to see my maiden fair,
with the silver moon above,
I could do nothing but stare.

Her eyes cast a magic spell
and held me at her leisure.
I knew then I'd walk through hell
to bring her heart its pleasure.

Poem Details | by Vijay Pandit |
Categories: flower, love,

Simple flowers

My heart keeps asking what you meant
When without much fanfare you said

You don't like the fancy bouquet
Born of our prosperous days,

For you still love those simple flowers
I used to give you when we were poor.

I don't know how to tell you my dear
Flowers too have evolved over the years,

And this may be a good time to assure you
The vase so genuine, has never wavered.

February 5, 2018

Poem Details | by James Swartz |
Categories: love,

I'll be there at night with flowers

A knot to remind me 
to buy you flowers 
every day you stay 

You gave me your smiles on a dare 
asking only that I give one in return 
a simple fare that I happily paid for

A note to remind me 
to say those words 
at night in your sight

You promised me your soft figure 
will always be there in the morning 
the bigger part I will be there at night

A dream to remind me 
how you are my strength 
my fantasy you and me

You took away the pain that turned 
me against myself hating who I was 
and burned the sin from my soul 

A ring to remind me 
how you saved me 
I don't have to know why

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: flower, love, women,

Bouquet of Flowers

Flowers of many colors
Always received openly
To warm the loved heart

Eve Roper 10/31/2014

Poem Details | by Sharon Ruebel |
Categories: childhood, love,

Birthday Flowers

watching as he crossed the street

  flowers in his hand

    crushed and tattered petals fall

      gray haired woman sits

         present for grandma...

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: beautiful, flower, love, summer,

Summer Flowers - The Nonet Style

~Summer Flowers~ (Nonet) June showers are moving in so fast Now summer it is popping here June flowers all then appear A jewel of colors Radiant sunshine His handiwork Creation For us All. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2015
June.19.2017 “Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” - Mark Twain-

Poem Details | by Nasser Alabdali |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, dream, faith, imagery, love,

Flowers Heal Our Pains

Flowers heal our pains 
Not in all seasons 
Only if spring sustains 
Flowers heal our pains
And grow up when love rains 
For no reasons 
Flowers heal our pains
Not in all seasons!

Poem Details | by turrner bodeen |
Categories: flower, freedom, garden, love, relationship, sensual, slavery,

taming flowers

there's not a flower
can't grow wild
thrive neglected and ignored
but how much better
some can do when caged
tied to stakes
and pruned
their buds collected
to encourage growth
the sun, the rain, the earth
and care and harvesting
no less important
to renew the bloom.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: life, love,

hibiscus flowers

hibiscus flowers dance in the warm summer breeze elderly pair kiss
Inspired by contest:Senryu Of Being Misjudged Written: July 09, 2015

Poem Details | by Tahera Mannan |
Categories: flower, love, nature,

Dancing with Flowers

As I danced with flowers on that morn fair
And stepped on green moss, floating on air
You watched from under the pine green
Fire in your eyes, the air serene

Face flushed, arms extended wide
In and out with blooms on both side
Flirtiest breeze caressing the untamed hair
Enchanting aroma of wildflowers on the air

I paused as you came near
Shining eyes a hint of fear
A yellow bloom you stuck to my breast
The tingle in my toes reached my chest

Whimsical, wonderful our dance entwined
Rhythm unseen, hands tightly twined
Shimmering flowers with dew or sweat
As raindrops fall, we are wet


Poem Details | by liam mcdaid |
Categories: baptism, beautiful, beauty, flower, love, magic, rose,

Stunning flowers

Breathtaking splendid eclipsed the oceans 
yielding into the vision beholding 
born mind blowing radiant a pathway is mapped 

Carried upon a whisper love's softest voice sings 
inside the heartbeat warmth echoes 
murmurs of a thousand suns burn 
you are the creator beyond beautiful 

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: flower, love,

Blushing Flowers for my Sweet PD


a luscious rose - in the shadows I yearn for her fragrance 				

To Linda – (PD)
From - PC 
Contest: Monoku/One-Liner #5
Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A

Poem Details | by Rachel St.Cross |
Categories: beautiful, girl, love,

Ophelia's Flowers

My heart so lept when first,
...I beheld, her beautiful lips.

Poem Details | by Anna Wright |
Categories: cute love, flower, happiness, heart, love, rose, sweet, word play,


A rose for all the daffodils
In rows by our new house

A flower for everything you bake
(I’ll cherish everything you make)
((And kiss the flour from your nose))

An orchid for the empty rooms
Which dog –or kid- will fill

A sunflower for the happy days,
Our son picking flowers up the hill

A daisy for my love for you
Beyond the day you can’t see

A tulip for when I’m holding you
Lip-to-lip, together for eternity

(Wrote this when I was fourteen. See the play on words? Like tulip and to-lip? Isn't it cute? :) )

Poem Details | by Hitendra Mehta |
Categories: religion

Love weaving harmony as flowers in Wreath

Wreath ring of flowers holding hand-in-hand
Hands in circular unity symbolising eternity 
Eternal is belief in Trinity, Christianity and Christ
Christ a Messiah rising from dead absolving sins

Sins mounting, hoping Christ to descend from Heaven 
Heaven like atmosphere humans creating in Christmas
Christmas, festive season of family reunion and gift-giving  
Gift-giving, symbolic love weaving harmony as flowers in wreath 


© Hitendra Mehta  
( Entry for Members Contest - Christmas Wreath sponsored by Dr Ram Mehta)