Derek James


A Sweet Comparison Between Flowers And Us

Flowers blossom in the sunlight,
As we all need sunlight to blossom

Flowers love a good shower of
cool and refreshing water,
Like we all need a refreshing
shower too.

Flowers are cheerful when music
plays that beautiful song,
In the same way that favorite
song cheers us up.

The breeze of the wind gives us
that breath of life,
Flowers are filled with the
breath of life,
That the breeze provides.

Delicate flowers lose their petals
in need of nourishment,
Just like we lose a strand of hair
that needs to be nourished to grow
back again.

A good night's sleep help us to feel
Flowers need a good night's sleep
to feel refreshed and to blossom

A sweet comparison between flowers
and us,
Knowing how we are very much alike,
It makes a beautiful story.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 05, 2012

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