adedayo michael


I know flower


I know
flowers are
beautiful
I know
flowers smell
so sweet
I know
flowers are nice
Really nicer
than the moon
I know
flowers,
ranging with
importance
I know more
flowers...

I have
known the rose
With its
beauty and
love essence
I have
known the lily
With its
unsurpassed
whiteness
That
brightens a
dark world
I have
known the
daffodils
With its nice
golden yellow
with sparkling
grace
Peaceful
than the scary
world.

I have
known
flowers...
But none
like you, my
love

Although, I
know you as a
friend
You look
like a rose
With real
red beauty with
candid love
essence
Like the lily,
your smile is
innocently
white
To brighten
my blurred
world.
You are
peaceful,
easeful like a
daffodil
With golden
words like an
angel
Laced with
grace and
warmth
You are a
worthy flower.

I have
known flowers
Also I love
flowers
Yet none so
real like you
My flower,
my love.

Submitted: Monday, May 14, 2012

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