Ramesh T A
A Great Wonder Creation of Flowers Is!
Mere sight of bouquet of flowers kindles beautiful smile
Flowers might have influenced flowery language to flourish
Colourful movie songs with flowers around cheer up mood
To see, enjoy and forget the world by their beauty unique!
Flowers give so much hope and confidence by mere presence
Means in what way can their freshness and glory be praised?
Know not but simply enjoy and recognize their sense of love
And it's for the seekers of love to worship flowers in Nature!
Venerating flowers for beauty, love and fragrance one can
At best shower them as our mark of gratitude to God only!
Perhaps due to this high conclusion flowers are with God
Ever attributed in all holy shrines of the world forever!
Short spanned flowers are so highly placed for splendour
So, it's wonder beyond words to appreciate their creator!
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