Cristina Teodor

Rookie - 17 Points (18.11.1973 / Romania)

A Flower Of His Heart - Poem by Cristina Teodor

He is walking in his garden,
With so many flowers surrounding him,
He is among his lovely flowers,
He feels happiness as he enjoys their fragrances.

In a corner some red flowers,
Raise their stalks toward the sun,
In that color sleeps the passion,
And sensuality of the women, with their charms.

Next to it he finds some white flowers,
His mind get clensed of bad thoughts,
All purity and innocence of the living,
Is concentrated in a beautiful white rose.

But he sees some orange flowers over there,
So intense, so joyful to his eyes,
They are like the warmth of the summer,
In a wonderful, pleasant day of life.

And suddenly a simple flower show up to him,
She was not well-dressed in amazing colors like her fancy friends,
But she was so beautiful in her simplicity and grace,
Just the flower of his heart that he always expected to have.

In this life beauty is not important and fragile,
It matters more what pleases your heart,
When it is about love and its magic,
You'll adore that simple flower, no matter what.


Comments about A Flower Of His Heart by Cristina Teodor

  • Veteran Poet - 1,937 Points Elena Sandu (6/9/2012 5:43:00 PM)

    In this life beauty is not important and fragile,
    It matters more what pleases your heart,
    When it is about love and its magic,
    You'll adore that simple flower, no matter what

    Dear Cristina, I love how you describe all the splendour of a gorgeous garden to end with love for simplicity, yes indeed magic can be created with one simple tiny flower, Multumesc pentru minunata poezie! (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie - 47 Points Yoseph Lupu (6/8/2012 12:10:00 AM)

    I like your sense in writing.I have a feeling, that you think in your mother language, when you write in English.Do you? ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 29, 2012



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