Mangala Chaturvedi


A bunch of lovely flowers


A dark night, a lonley night
All hopes and dreams are shattered
Heart is full with sorrow
But there is a place somewhere
Having a hope there..............
A dark night, a lonely night
As the time passes
The frozen ice is melting
Again birds start chattering
In this wonderful moment
Someone knock the door
Their is a bunch of flowers
On the floor....................
The lovely beautiful flowers
These are the flowers of hope
Which gave the world a meaning
A bunch of flowers
Lovely beautiful flowers.

Submitted: Friday, September 16, 2005

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  • Rookie Cynthia Miriam (11/24/2005 7:35:00 AM)

    Actually its very true and encouraging about this poem of bunch of flowers, it gives someone hope for another day and night
    Bye thanks so much and may you continue let almighty God give you more poems to encourage other people who don't have peace and hope in their lives. (Report) Reply

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