Ramesh T A
A Permanent Value in Temporary Things!
Flowers are never insipid to see at anytime!
Freshness of flowers has no comparison!
Flowers are best gifts to promote love ever!
What a creation flowers are in the world!
For giving and taking flowers are ever wonderful!
Flowers catch heart and mind wherever it is!
Fragrance of flowers brings thoughts sweet!
Beauty of flowers is eternal as Nature is sure!
Everyday a fresh flower blooms as new poem
That absorbs heart, mind and soul to glory sure!
Within a short duration how much it absorbs
And remains in mind ever after flower fades away!
One can live long but can one make a mark forever
As the fragrant flower full of colour and freshness?
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