Dance Of The Blooms Poem by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Dance Of The Blooms

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Wild, red roses undulate, in the windswept way,
Purple peonies flutter, along the breeze highway,
Blue and pink daisies waltz, in pathways of sun,
Delicate lilies waver, in gentle cream commotion.

Green grasses ripple, going to hued sunset end,
And orange begonias quiver, in a gold weekend,
Black and red irises shake, under bluest of blue,
As peach dahlias quake, on lanes fresh and new.

Dance Of The Blooms
Monday, July 4, 2022
Topic(s) of this poem: rhyme,flowers,wind,dance,colors,beauty,nature love,sunshine
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