Treasure Island

Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A Fascinating Flower Unique!


Flowers are a great fascination for me
Whether I am in the garden or anywhere!
Colours are ever fresh with fragrance
Each flower has quite unique in Nature!

What a beauty each flower is in the world!
Each bud is well blossomed to bloom full
For the bees to accept its invitation sans
Any refusal whatsoever with full passion!

Tender love of petals soothe souls enervated
Opening the golden gate of fantasy in dreams
As diamonds kindle vision full of passion ever
As a magic show that engrossed audience in...!

The magic effects of flowers are so unique.....
That no one can fail to honour well forever!

Submitted: Thursday, March 21, 2013

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