There Is A Pretty Smile In Every Pretty Flower And In Every Pretty Rose Anytime, Anywhere And Everywhere

All pretty flowers and All pretty roses smile happily to us Just to touch them and to pick them to our loved ones, We look at these smiling flowers and these smiling roses Just to enjoy God's greatness in these tiny things, These flowers and these roses smile wonderfully Like pretty faces smile to us, Their fragrance is another pretty thing That makes us feeling great anytime, In every garden and in every orchard, There are a lot of these fragrant and smiling flowers and roses That even make everything around us looks prettier, This is God's nature that breed flowers and roses smiling to us And they us fragrance especially after light showers, We all love these smiling and fragrant flowers and roses Simply because they give a permanent impression About pretty smiles in flowers' faces and in roses' faces Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere.

Submitted: Monday, July 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: love

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