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Marilyn Lott

(5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Beautiful Fragrant Flowers

There is nothing more beautiful
Than the sight of a blood red rose
Is there any fragrance sweeter
Than this flower do you suppose?

So many flower choices
To decorate house and yard
To pick a personal favorite
Would be really kind of hard

Whether you pick them fresh or dry them
Lovely arrangements can be made
We’re so lucky that in spring and summer
Amazing blossoms are on parade

I think the thing about them
Is that they tend to make us smile
We enjoy every single moment
Because they bloom for just awhile

Pinks, yellows, reds and oranges
A few blue flowers too
I’d love to make you happy
By giving a lovely flower to you

I look so forward to the time
When flowers around me bloom
Because with the brightness they offer
They dissolve all sadness and gloom!

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011
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