Heather Burns


Daisies Poem by Heather Burns


Coming upon
a meadow
daisies
growing
everywhere.
Pausing
for a
moment
he placed
a flower
in her
hair.











flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower


flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower
flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower flower

Submitted: Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Topic of this poem: flower


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