FLOWER POEMS

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  • 49.
    Flowers in Winter

    How strange to greet, this frosty morn,
    In graceful counterfeit of flower,
    These children of the meadows, born
    Of sunshine and of showers!

    How well the conscious wood retains
    The pictures of its flower-sown home,
    The lights and shades, the purple stains,
    And golden hues of bloom!

    It was a happy thought to bring
    To the dark season's frost and rime
    This painted memory of spring,
    This dream of summertime.

    Our hearts are lighter for its sake,
    Our fancy's age renews its youth,
    And dim-remembered fictions take
    The guise of present truth.

    A wizard of the Merrimac, -
    So old ancestral legends say, -
    Could call green leaf and blossom back
    To frosted stem and spray.

    The dry logs of the cottage wall,
    Beneath his touch, put out their leaves;
    The clay-bound swallow, at his call,
    Played round the icy eaves.

    The settler saw his oaken flail
    Take bud, and bloom before his eyes;
    From frozen pools he saw the pale
    Sweet summer lilies rise.

    To their old homes, by man profaned
    Came the sad dryads, exiled long,
    And through their leafy tongues complained
    Of household use and wrong.

    The beechen platter sprouted wild,
    The pipkin wore its old-time green,
    The cradle o'er the sleeping child
    Became a leafy screen.

    Haply our gentle friend hath met,
    While wandering in her sylvan quest,
    Haunting his native woodlands yet,
    That Druid of the West;

    And while the dew on leaf and flower
    Glistened in the moonlight clear and still,
    Learned the dusk wizard's spell of power,
    And caught his trick of skill.

    But welcome, be it new or old,
    The gift which makes the day more bright,
    And paints, upon the ground of cold
    And darkness, warmth and light!

    Without is neither gold nor green;
    Within, for birds, the birch-logs sing;
    Yet, summer-like, we sit between
    The autumn and the spring.

    The one, with bridal blush of rose,
    And sweetest breath of woodland balm,
    And one whose matron lips unclose
    In smiles of saintly calm.

    Fill soft and deep, O winter snow!
    The sweet azalea's oaken dells,
    And hide the banks where roses blow
    And swing the azure bells!

    O'erlay the amber violet's leaves,
    The purple aster's brookside home,
    Guard all the flowers her pencil gives
    A live beyond their bloom.

    And she, when spring comes round again,
    By greening slope and singing flood
    Shall wander, seeking, not in vain
    Her darlings of the wood. read more »

  • 50.
    The Death of the Flowers

    The melancholy days are come, the saddest of the year,
    Of wailing winds, and naked woods, and meadows brown and sere.
    Heaped in the hollows of the grove, the autumn leaves lie dead;
    They rustle to the eddying gust, and to the rabbit's tread; read more »

  • 51.
    Lenten Flowers

    Primrose, anemone, bluebell, moss
    Grow in the Kingdom of the Cross

    And the ash-tree's purple bud read more »

  • 52.
    The Rose

    As late each flower that sweetest blows
    I plucked, the Garden's pride!
    Within the petals of a Rose
    A sleeping Love I spied. read more »

  • 53.
    (My beautiful flower)

    You are my flower
    you are my sweet soft petal
    hand in hand
    ...in my hand read more »

  • 54.
    Little Purple Flower

    I am a little purple flower
    My petals so extremely small
    I 've stood in the grass for many an hour
    Enjoying a breeze most of all read more »

  • 55.
    In Back of the Real

    railroad yard in San Jose
    I wandered desolate
    in front of a tank factory
    and sat on a bench read more »

  • 56.
    . A special flower....♥ ..............(love)

    Every once in a while
    The beholder casts
    A special wish
    And a flower is created read more »

  • 57.
    - A little Flower -

    A flower grew out of the ground
    A tiny flower from the dirt
    A tiny living soul from underground
    A baby crawling from the dirt read more »

  • 58.
    Where the passion flower grows

    Lay down on your pillow
    and turn the lights down low
    let me take you to the garden
    where the passion flower grows read more »

  • 59.
    The Gardener LVII: I Plucked Your Flower

    I plucked your flower, O world!
    I pressed it to my heart and the
    thorn pricked.
    When the day waned and it read more »

  • 60.
    Little Yellow Flowers

    Little yellow flowers
    Dancing in the breeze
    Little yellow flowers
    Huddled round the trees read more »

New Flower Poems

  1. Flowers of Love, Dream-flowers, Bijay Kant Dubey
  2. Gesang Flower, Luo Zhihai
  3. Not for her are flowers, chandra thiagarajan
  4. The Flower said, Djanna Jaffar
  5. A Star in the Hollywood, Mohsen Moqim Hanjani
  6. Flower-soul, GURDEV CHAUHAN
  7. Flying Flowers, Barati Lesetlhe
  8. Lips, Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)
  9. Wild flowers are flowers, but their frag.., MOHAMMAD SKATI
  10. flowers, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  11. O FLOWERS,, ROCHISH MON
  12. Flowers, Leloudia Migdali
  13. Flower, Dr. Mahmud Firdaus
  14. Nature, md. faruk
  15. See A Flower Walk, Emmanuel George Cefai
  16. Flowers for you, DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
  17. Beautiful Flowers, dhanya swathi
  18. Little Flower..., Afrodita Alkline
  19. Senryu Series Flowers Of My Heart, Heather Burns
  20. Strength of a Flower, Rohit Sapra
  21. Little flower, Macwolls Kay
  22. Say It with Flowers, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  23. Flower Girl, Kelly Zion
  24. Flower Garden, Heather Burns
  25. Pressed Flowers, Vera Sidhwa
  26. Flowers, kalyani gopakumar
  27. Fields Of Heather, Heather Burns
  28. Purple Orchid, Fitrah Irhamni Rachman
  29. A Stone is matamorphosed into flower, Kyungdae Min
  30. A little flower, Macwolls Kay
  31. Flowers, sharon ann shiju
  32. One Day Not Enough!, veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  33. Let the flower bloom!, veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  34. Unfolding Petals, Heather Burns
  35. Flowers, Cathy Zhang
  36. A flower to kiss, Paul Mwenelupembe
  37. Flowers, Geneen Alyssa Meyers
  38. Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Ramdas Bhandarkar
  39. Little Yellow Flowers, Valerie Dohren
  40. Duplicated Dandelion Diversity, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  41. Singing dancing, gajanan mishra
  42. I know flower, adedayo michael
  43. One Flower, Mashiur Rahman
  44. Love- Her Fun, Parithi Muthurasan
  45. Lanii (little flower), tionna estrada
  46. A Flower with years, Paul Andrew Bourne
  47. A Stand of Flowers, Sojourner Kincaid Rolle
  48. A Beautiful Flower Blooming, meti Rahmawati
  49. Flower Obsession, simon elf
  50. Daisies, Heather Burns
  51. A Permanent Value in Temporary Things!, Ramesh T A
  52. Flowers, Geneen Meyers
  53. A Flower Is A Flower!, Ramesh T A
  54. I Picked A Flower, Shobhita Singh
  55. A crown of flowers, Matthew Holloway
  56. A lavender orchid flower, Nick Kler
  57. I Am Carried Away, Heather Burns
  58. A Flower's Fragrance Declare The World, Ezna Stephna
  59. The French fired flowers, David Aoloch Bion
  60. Anguish Thoughts, Abdul Hakeem Parannur
  61. My beautiful flowering trees, Rishi Menon
  62. Flowers, Timmy Doyle
  63. MY BEAUTIFUL LOVE, chidiebere franklin
  64. the woman and the flower, RIC S. BASTASA
  65. a flower, luciana da silva
  66. Little Purple Flower, Aufie Zophy
  67. The Lover Sings Of A Garden, Helen Hoyt
  68. the flower girl, Raj Arumugam
  69. Bring Flowers, Felicia Dorothea Hemans
  70. My Wilted Flower, Jennifer Cramer
  71. The end of the world, Nyein Way
  72. Wild Forest Flower, Branden Aeling
  73. A flower, Angelic Warrior
  74. THREE UNIQUE FLOWERS!, Ramesh T A
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