Unending true love professes much

As seen in many creatures

Love is what makes the world go round

Then what will the colour of my love be?

Red, like the red rose?

Full with all respect, love and great passion

It can be pink camellia that symbolizes

My longing for grace, gentility and admiration in my loved one

Or is it the glowing radiant yellow of the sunflower

That reflects joy, friendship and zeal for life

Love can be the small white silk petals of fragrant gardenias

That exudes innocence, humility and reverence

Let love be the brilliant colours of forget me not

For it holds the secret of fond memories

True love is like the blue hyacinth

It connotes constancy, never wavy or changing

Always sincere, open and peaceful

No, it should be the purple hibiscus

Clothed in all grandeur and royalty

Dignity, pride and success

Oh send me lavender heather

To express your admiration and solitude

Shouldn’t it be the orchid?

That shows how beautiful you are and how fruitful you will be

My fair one?

And when I am proposing, I will rather send the orange blossom

To express my eternal love

Yet they say love is blind

If love is blind, then how come I see you, my love

And anytime I see the rainbow across the rainy sky

It reminds me that I can see love

Indeed everywhere and even in the air

anyone that cannot see it

Is only colour blind

For love is expressed in all the beautiful colours of life

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 26, 2010

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