Olawale Okunrinboye


Flowers


Flowers
Nature's gift to the earth
A being that blows the mind
It shines bright to the eyes
It smells like a taste of paradise
Every touch is a blessing to soul
Being around flowers renews the mind
It brings out the magic in life
It reminds us of how beautiful it is
Is it the redness of the rose that symbolises Love?
Or is it hibiscus which symbolises Immortality?
Women are flowers to the earth
Just like flowers they need to be cultivated and protected
Because Flowers bring happiness.

Submitted: Saturday, April 28, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 28, 2012
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