Rose - Poem by Jessica Prince
A perfectly sculpted beauty
Every delicate curve enticing me.
Dangerous thorns stud its stem.
Fending off awestruck admirers.
Honey bees dance around its petals,
Worshipping the silent beauty.
Jagged leaves around the slender stem,
Add calmness to her beautiful head.
Ever perfect petal curled,
The rose is a masterpiece.
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