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Mingle With the Flowers (Poem)


Allow me once again to drape your floor

With scented peddles of my halcyon herbs

This spray of verse along such beauty’s shore

Tis you my heart so playfully disturbs


And as my shower lingers please repose

Allow these finger stokes to cleanse all doubt

To air the sounds that makes a blushing rose

For dawn to those who flowered faints not flout


What bramb‘ling bush has taken hold of me

To pen such thoughts would make the parson sneeze

To dream a seasoned night would set me free

As if your leaves had lost life’s power to tease


My love let’s stem this wandering vine of ours

And let our passions mingle with the flowers


James Lee from Las Vegas, NV on December 03, 2016:

Wonderful poem Sir. I enjoyed it very much. Reminds me of special times my Wife and I spent together. Thank you.

Vasantha from Bangalore on December 02, 2016:

Nice poem, flowers and music.

Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on December 01, 2016:

Beautiful thank you for letting me dream of flowers in the wintertime.

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