The Little Flower Girl

Updated on March 27, 2017
In happiness and love  the little girl froze happily ever after  she stayed with the rose.
In happiness and love the little girl froze happily ever after she stayed with the rose.
The big bright sunflower, looking at the sun  was the home of the girl where she stayed with fun .
The big bright sunflower, looking at the sun was the home of the girl where she stayed with fun .

Once upon a time,

there was a little girl.

Tiny as a thumb,

and fair as pearl.


Not really human,

nor ghostly scary,

the young girl was truly

a little fairy.


She rejoiced in the sun,

lived on a flower.

Danced happily with wings ,

In the rainy shower.


Under the blue, wide sky,

upright she stood.

‘Flower’ was her house,

honey was her food.


The big, bright sunflower,

Looking at the sun,

was the home of the girl

where she stayed with fun.


She sat on the flower,

danced on the petals.

Played on the leaves,

slept on the sepals.


The sunflower gave her

love so sweet.

From the sunflower –honey

she herself did treat.


Free was her soul

like a peaceful dove .

Immersed was the angel

in the sunflower’s love.


But one peculiar nature

the sunflower had,

which was loathed by the girl,

considered BAD.


Whenever the girl tried

to talk to other girls.

The sunflower got angry

it’s petal curls.


Many little birds

wanted to sing to her.

But the sunflower would shoo them

with its petal fur.


For the sunflower’s policy

Of ‘ Friendship Restricted’.

The little flower girl

stayed isolated.


For the little girl’s happiness

sunflower did’nt care a bit.

It only wanted the girl

To spend time with it.


For the loving sunflower’s

‘stubborness.’

The sunflower’s incessant love

went in mess.


But to know the world

the girl was really curious.

So one day she became

very furious.


In a far-away land,

She could see.

There was a bright Red Rose

where she could be.


So she flapped her wings,

opened her heart to see.

From the sunflower finally

she set herself free.


Away from the sunflower,

she went away,

and sat on the rose

which was loving and gay.


The red rose gave her

all that she wanted.

Along with loads of love,

freedom was granted.


Now she danced with the birds,

in joy she blends.

With other little angels

she made new friends.


In happiness and love

the little girl froze.

Happily ever after,

she stayed with the rose.

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    • Debangee Mandal profile imageAUTHOR

      DEBANGEE MANDAL 

      15 months ago from India

      A very warm thanks to you once again Ashish.

    • Ashish Dadgaa profile image

      Ashi 

      15 months ago

      @Debangee,

      First of all, I loved the title of this beautiful poem. The start and end are very nicely done. It is going in very smooth flow and very good utilization of words.

      Excellent.

    • Debangee Mandal profile imageAUTHOR

      DEBANGEE MANDAL 

      15 months ago from India

      Thank you so much Tamara... I really wanted to bring out the inner meaning. Have a very good day.

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      Tamara Moore 

      15 months ago

      Love the deeper meaning!

    • Debangee Mandal profile imageAUTHOR

      DEBANGEE MANDAL 

      15 months ago from India

      Thank you so much Marie for interpreting so well

    • Marie Lawrence profile image

      Marie Lawrence 

      15 months ago from New Hampshire

      Debangee, I really enjoyed your poem and it's great insight about the destructive effect of possessiveness in relationships. As parents we need to be careful of not being too possessive with our children or in any other relationship as well. A very profound poem! Thank you.

    • Debangee Mandal profile imageAUTHOR

      DEBANGEE MANDAL 

      16 months ago from India

      thank u so much for liking it ..your appreciation is my pleasure.

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      shishupal 

      16 months ago from uttar pradesh,Agra

      It is amazing.

    • Debangee Mandal profile imageAUTHOR

      DEBANGEE MANDAL 

      16 months ago from India

      Thank you so much

    • whonunuwho profile image

      whonunuwho 

      16 months ago from United States

      This was so emotional and reflective of a "real" flower girl, who was truly held as a prisoner until she broke her bonds and followed her dreams. Thank you for sharing this poignant story, my friend. Many blessings. whonu

    • Debangee Mandal profile imageAUTHOR

      DEBANGEE MANDAL 

      16 months ago from India

      Read and comprehend the core meaning.. enjoy

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