1023 Language Of Flowers - Poem by John Knight
When you write a POEM - always tip in a few flowers - they will restore a fragrance to your words - and sweeten everybody's mind who reads them!
ALYSSUM - Shows us an exquisite beauty
BLUEBELL - Is humble - devotion to duty.
CAMELIA - Shows me how lovely you are
DELPHINIUM - Warm hearted - Yes you are my star.
EIDELWEISS - Purity - whiter than snow
FRESIA - Innocence - love waiting to grow.
GARDENIA - Love that is secret and hidden
HYACINTH - Playful always ready when bidden.
IRIS - Shows passion and ardour in love
JASMINE - Is sensual 'scent' from above.
KNAUTIA - Brings all her colour to life
LAVENDER - Faithfulnesss between a Man and his Wife.
MAGNOLIA - Dignity - sharing and each in his place
NARCISSUS - Sheer beauty of figure and face.
ORCHID - A beauty that's special and rare
PRIMROSE - Satisfaction in all that we share.
QUINCE - Is temptation in life and in love
ROSE - Is perfection and pure as a dove,
SNOWDROPS - Bring hope for two-thousand and ten
TULIPS - Perfection in life and love for you then.
ULEX - Brings glory and sparkle each day
VIOLETS - Are faithful and by you forever will stay.
WISTERIA - Welcomes you - Sister & Brother
XERANTHEMIUM - Love that we share with each other.
YARROW - brings healing to body and mind
ZINNIA - My Love - every day you will find! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
(John Knight - Frosty Colchester - 28 December 2009)
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