Marjorie Kindell Watts
Potent Power In Purple - Poem by Marjorie Kindell Watts
A magnificent fragrance-these lovely lilac blossoms!
The excuisite, soft feel of the cone is exalting;
No great splendor in the grass in springtime
Could ever match or surpass these potent, purple gems.
This is the first flower my "Lester G." ever brought to me;
I shall ever cherish the flowers and the vivid, sweet memories.
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