Florida Angel

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A Beautiful Flower Seeds...


She awakes with the bird’s melody made to her in the morning,
What a lovely day! – Stretching her arms to the sky she says
Welcoming the butterflies with a warm kiss,
With the help of the wind spreading her seeds,
To her whispering all the secrets from other lands,
So graciously her life she lives, to love and to care,
And her little flower babies to share,
more and more flowers to always produce,
Spearing them out to someone be sent,
Her cuts she heals with her dreams,
Imagining the goodness of her arms, body and flowers,
When given to someone in need,
To surprise, enlighten and happiness complete,
From a human to another and so on,
Expanding her garden flowers into LOVE far beyond,
Her gorgeousness so many to appreciate,
Allowing her Love seeds inside other hearts to grow and proceed.

Submitted: Sunday, July 29, 2007
Edited: Friday, March 25, 2011

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