Flowers Will Be There - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
Have you conquered the flowers?
Their beauty of gentle hallways
Melted into blue mushrooms of beige
Sitting on the banks of violet wisdom
The sage of spring in robes of clouds
For a little while we see their elven smiles
Arrayed in orange freedom
Filled with the joy of stars
What are dreams without flowers?
The meek shall inherit the earth
Flowers will be there
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