Mary Roach

Rookie (October 6th 1993 / St. Joseph MO)

Bumblebee Confession - Poem by Mary Roach

I love the flowing flowers
They all smell so sweet
I love the way they sway
And feel beneath my feet

I love the pretty flowers
So beautiful as can be
There are so many different ones
But yet I still don’t see

People can pass by
Take a brief glance and go
Smile with content
But still they don’t know

Flowers are my life
Much more then just a plant
You can live without them
But just so you know I can’t

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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