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Poem Details | by Alexis Y. |
Categories: love,


My love come and partake of my garden
My heart is in full bloom with love for you 
Shower me with kisses like morning dew
This love i have will not fade nor harden

Please come caress each petal with your touch
Before we met my garden was empty 
It was filled with many thorns and was lonely 
My darling I needed your care so much

Darling you're the gardener of my dreams
You tend to each flower with so much love
You are a precious gift from up above
We're the perfect match and make a good team

Your love is so comforting, you don't push or shove
You are my shooting star and my moon beam

Alexis Y.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, flower, garden,

Pretty Dragonfly Spreads Love

In a gorgeous meadow chock full of butterflies and daylilies there lived a 
sassy happy beautiful dragonfly.  She was loved by the tulips, roses, and coneflowers. The monarchs revered her, seeing the joy she brought to the meadow.  This little dragonfly did her best to fit in, nurturing each aspect of the meadow as was her right.

		           pretty dragonfly
                 spreading love to the flowers
                          expecting nothing

Poem Details | by Maurice Yvonne |
Categories: love,

Garden Scented Poetry

you looked directly at me with 
bright blueberry blue eyes
adorned with a sincere singular smile 

freshly planted baby droplets of dew bloomed
filling the air in a most unique bouquet 

your elegance scented the sprawling outdoors  
in a spring flower eau de cologne  
i exhaled a happy sigh 
proclaiming 'i have arrived'

shy as i am...i blushed 

my face went from a velvet peach tone
to a childlike jujube red

i knew i was in love
not another flower would i ever pick

all that is you 
lines our bed
each and every petal 

Mar. 10 2016

Poem Details | by Richard Lamoureux |
Categories: angel, garden, imagery, love,

Turning Pages to Paradise

Cast upon a book
Her angel eyes
Within her mind
This beauty flies

She's not restrained
By earthly woes
Within her mind
Imagery flows

In this garden
Beneath morning star
Wings to paradise
She travels so far

Look of serenity
Yet inside there's heat
On passionate pages
Her heart skips a beat

A sweet knowing smile
Spreads across her face
Imagining strong hands
Removing her lace

He wrote her this book
For their wedding day
Joined in the garden
Paradise starts today

Isaiaha Zerbst's "Poem in Paradise Contest"

Poem Details | by Frederic Parker |
Categories: love,

Garden Party

The white table cloth moved, from the night breeze
as the last candle had just been lit
There is wine, red roses, purple orchids and cheese
The night's soft, the fragrant flowers give pause to submit
To glean the depths in eyes between the flickering flame
and reach for love across the table with open hand
To capture a smile a rose an orchid within the frame
and find I've stumbled into a world you command
The sounds of laughter fills the open space
as the moon moves within the sky
We raise a glass to the melting candle's trace
and kiss the softest lips to verify

The evening's breeze lifts the fragrance from the flowers
With intoxication that accomodates the hours

Poem Details | by Sharon Fallis |
Categories: art, friendship, love, passion,

My Garden poem

In the garden of poems percieved,
my dreams are plucked from ideals.
Placed on the pages of creative seeds,
where friends meet to read and spiel.

Watered images grown very tall,
patterned to my bidden ages.
The dreams for sages large and small,
paid down and read from silvered pages.

Growing in rows this, my trite recall,
I've shared my innermost feelings of heart.
An articled discourse written for all,
portrayed my own passionate song of art.

Breathing the aroma of those vented pearls,
more tender than a romantic rendition.
When transplanted these dreamed of deeds,
found perusing among poetical fountains.

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: beautiful, flower, garden, night, romantic love, sky, spring,


O'er feathery clouds adrift a kite 
'Neath sway lavender gardens that invite
Embracing warm rays of spring sunlight
Pining for sweet afternoon delight
With glass of wine lovers reunite

O'er dreamlike blissfully scented sight 
The moon tiptoes up the sky so sprite
Till she gains apex above in height
Whilst I close my eyes to say goodnight
I tender my love dulcet good night
Spring lavender garden dreams take flight

Submitted on March 8, 2019, for contest WK2 MARCH 2019 sponsored by BRIAN STRAND  -  RANKED 1ST

and February 18, 2019, for contest GARDENS sponsored by CHANTELLE ANNE COOKE

Poem Details | by Vanessa Ponce |
Categories: love, garden, love,

Book of Stars

In a summer's noon of night
In search of vastness height
A love affair began through the hourglass
While a shooting star shall pass
We wished for innocence again
As we breathed our inner zen
Embracing under the velvet sky
Above the garden that we lie
His sweetness upon my face
I doubt I shall erase
The rolling tide of summer breeze
In a simple kiss of please
His hands perish upon me
Opens his eyes for me to see
Entering our garden of Eden
Our sanctuary to the end
In our hand you shall find
A love affair so tightly kind
In a serenity not so far
But only in our book of stars.

Poem Details | by J. I. Thomas F. |
Categories: beauty, garden, lost love, memory,

Loss of the Golden Flower

It was now several years ago,
my chivalry yet half-formed, ablaze,
and wishing to melt all reason down,
for the mind shall bar the heart's fool ways.

I gazed upon the blossom fair, 
and at long last there grew a need,
to protect, preserve, and fawn upon,
though the wildflower did not take heed.

So strong she was, and I so blind,
to think that I could help her grow.
And pain it was - for I knew it!
But I never wished it to be so.

Spurned, a man is better, 
to ride far and to ride free. 
Please forgive me, golden flower,
for wishing to tend to thee.

Written 12 October 2018

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: flower, garden, love, night, stars, summer, together,




Aromatic perfumes of magnolia and roses
Wafting along the evening midsummer breeze
The magic begins as the garden gate closes
And we sit side by side sharing complicit ease

Submitted on May 25, 2019, for contest MAY PREMIER 8 ANY 4 OR 5 LINE FORM sponsored by BRIAN STRAND

and on May 5, 2019, for contest SUMMER QUATRAIN sponsored by CAREN KRUTSINGER

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: addiction, april, best friend, computer, confusion, courage, culture, cute love, earth, emotions, encouraging, environment, fantasy, farm, feelings, funny love, garden, happiness, happy, i love you, i miss you, inspirational, internet, irony, july, june, kiss, loneliness, love, magic, me, metaphor, nature, parody, repetition, satire, science, social, technology, tree, women, world, youth,


follow on facebook,
adore on pinterest,
fall in love on instagram,
kiss on a hunch,
all under a tree.

Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: chocolate, dedication, garden, heart, love, perspective,

Eat Me

I am the cherry
On the cake

I am the damsel in distress
Wanton of affections

I am the woman inside your thoughts
Dancing in harmony to your hearts beating rhyme

I am the lady in black
Whom will mourn at your funeral

I am the one who kisses the fool
After all, tiss I who picked you

Notes: Written from the woman's perspective ( I think )

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: imagination, life, love, natureeaster, garden, rose,

Undone Hidden Flaws

There once was a garden in Thomaston
But all the hidden flaws show now in sun
     Bombarded by winter cold
     Delicate Easter dress bold
Became frozen, tattered, falling undone

Now that lovely garden in Thomaston
Back in early spring's golden rays of sun
      Rose blooms, tulips open tips
      Flawless are flowers no thrips
Remember Rose Trellis_ love's embrace spun

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, betrayal, blessing, cheer up, city, confidence, cute love, deep, desire, earth, england, environment, feelings, garden, green, happiness, happy, i love you, imagination, irony, joy, july, june, london, love, love hurts, meaningful, missing you, nature, nice, nostalgia, passion, places, relationship, romance, romantic, sad love, seasons, simple, solitude, spiritual, spring, summer, true love, uplifting, vacation, weather, wisdom,


Chairs lined with stripes, 
green and white,
became ski jump ramps
for feelings, innocent and pure,
taking off from the edge
hoping to defy the gravity of fears. 

Only a lucky few made it,
others turned into tears
landing on the grass of Green Park
as the warm air was getting dark.

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, creation, flower, garden, love, rose,

To Grace a Pink Rose

It's my desire to grace a Pink Rose Scented attraction, attracts my nose Gardener man in me sees Scents sensed so wonderfully Natures stem to the Rose grows <*>

Poem Details | by Juliet Ligon |
Categories: beauty, garden, heart, kiss, love, romantic, rose,

Take The Leap Into My Heart

Frolic into these open arms that need you.
Melt into my lips, and let them feed you.

Let the breath of love's kiss
and my eager feet lead you

into my heart's majestic garden.
Bloom freely, my beauty. I'll never weed you.

There is one trophy in this growth,
and it is, indeed, you.

Should my rare rose be cut,
my garden will truly bleed you.

For Debbie Guzzi's "Take The Leap" contest

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 Brandon Carter |
Categories: absence, boyfriend, conflict, depression, desire, feelings, garden, girl, girlfriend, how i feel, introspection, leaving, longing, lost, lost love, love, nature, passion, poetry, relationship, romance, rose, sad, sad love, sorrow, spring, symbolism, water, women,

Garden Rose

Written August 21, 2013

There's a girl in the garden
She's messing with your rose bed
Plucking weeds out from your head
And watering the seeds in your bed

But where will she wander
When the roses are dead
Will she come back for more
When they turn back to red

She can run all alone
Write this story in stone
On concrete slabs
Of skin and bone

Poem Details | by Emily Forsman |
Categories: cute love, fairy, garden, nature, nice,

A Fairy Kiss

A fairy kiss of cherished love
is frequently forgotten of,
for fairies hide in secret grounds
where no one thinks to run around.
Their elfin homes are found above

the earth on which the humans love.
The fairies frolic with the doves
on Mother Nature’s holy bounds.
	A fairy kiss

is nothing like a puppy love,
for when their love is not enough
they only beg for your rebound.
The fairies make the best propounds
of worships for the feelings of
	a fairy kiss.

Poem Details | by Daniel Human |
Categories: life, lost love, people, poverty, sad,

the garden gnome

The man walked up the alley
A shepherd in a valley
Looking for that one lost sheep
When WhatsApp gives a beep
The man took our his phone
An ape picks up a bone
And uses it as a tool
To bash the brainless fool
The sheep had wandered off
As the feet on pavements scoff
Walking past the man seeking alms
Ignoring the poor lady selling charms
The man walked to his home
To his garden and its gnome
Expecting love and tea
And his baby on his knee
The sheep is out there cold
And the whino’s face is old
But not wizened or sagely
Merely worn out and agely
The Shepherd cries a tear
For the sheep so lost right here
In their homes
With garden gnomes
With eyes wide shut

Poem Details | by Nigel Fox |
Categories: age, chocolate, love,

The Walk to Paradise Garden

A downward path but not into 
there going on and following the path

Projected with an impetus from birth 
forwards forwards

innocence but gaining wisdom

Poem Details | by angela sutherland |
Categories: love,

Moonlit garden

Underwater blue 
and still, the garden veiws a
breathless kiss begin

Poem Details | by Michael Dom |
Categories: first love, garden, love, youth,

Sijo for Tawa

My Tawa, remember me, and recall that first sweet bloom Of flowers in a garden, where my strong arms once carried you. T’was your smile, lifting my weak heart, taught me to love another.

Poem Details | by CayCay Jennings |
Categories: garden, joy, love,

Outside Our Window

Pretty green, blue, pink, red and white colors!
My gaze bounces from one to the other.
Looking through my window, senses confer 
How sight-touch turns thoughts to my lover.

White and pink from each periwinkle;
Peaking blue sky; red tomatoes, green crinkle;
Growth from onions and new peppers may twinkle.
Much in window’s pane does besprinkle.

Looking out, the feeling of harmony
Reminds me of love’s perfect reverie:
A special day of laboring happily
While together we played plant botany.

... CayCay Jennings
September 12, 2014

Poem Details | by CHIOMA ONYEKABA |
Categories: absence, addiction, adventure, angel, deep, love, lust,


Suddenly the words came at last
'Would you lend me your garden this season?' 
Your face lit up with surprise
'I want no seeds on them but your plant will I water' 

Oh what a terrible answer 
At such perfect hour?
Curiosity may kill a cat
But the truth its heart had seeked
I bet it did find 

A castle filled with dreams unattained
You grab the water kettle 
And head straight for my garden

Water in hand, 
Plant in another,
Minds racing 
With selective myopia
I try to stop you from stepping on it
And yet I stopped
For all I want is to have you water the plant in my garden