My Flower - Poem by Casey Jarrell
A scent lingering in the
has led me to this very bloom.
A scent so fragrant,
A scent so grand,
A scent so strong it could
spread across the land.
A shade of golden-brown
is something that will not make me frown.
A flower so beautiful,
a flower that's for me
makes me bend on this very
The allure, scent, and attraction
is enough to control my very
Don't worry, she's not only your flower,
she's my flower.
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