Samra Haq


I am a rose
I am the King of all flowers

I come in many shapes
I have my own ways and flakes

I am a flower, all flowers grow for me
From a seed I become a flower

I only need from you food and shelter
I only need mineral, soil and water

I am a tiny little soul under garden
Then I grew out of the ground

I am a flower from the dirt
As you can see all my babies are crawling from the dirt

I am singing as many songs in the garden
But no one listens to me when I beg your pardon

My work is to provide you all happiness
When you all admire me that's my only success

I am the beauty of all summers
I always welcome my all new comers

I bring you flowers and love
You love me and you all are my love

My work is to fill your life with love and hope
You all are my heart and you all are my soul

I always lay in your hands
I am the only beauty of all lands

I wish to see you all again
I am giving you all of my happiness
Your work is to regain cheerfulness

I am a rose
I am the King of all flowers

By Samra Haq

Submitted: Friday, January 13, 2012
Edited: Sunday, September 23, 2012

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