Early Flowers

Terry Trainor By Terry Trainor, 27th Oct 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/jmvv7_w8/
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It's a poem looking to the past about the early spring flowers.

Early Flowers

There is a little ficary with brilliant golden disks,
Scattered all along the riverbanks the first in April,
Then a homely happy little daisy rises to look around,
Smiles and grows thickly sprinkled on turf on our walk.

Colts foot shows yellow flowers on many cold bear lands,
Violets blue and white as sweet as honey in its haunts,
A card amine bows to to the sun and his flowery friends,
From a hollow or on the margin of a tiny little runnel.

The primrose in their glory are a punctual as daylight,
Anemones dance a lovers dance in the cool early breeze,
Everywhere the trees in a wood and hedges look crimson,
Nature prepares delight even in these black chilly days.

The daffy-down-dilly is picked and plucked by children,
It has always been known as the good old English flower,
It lives in cottage gardens with rue so bright and yellow
And grows in box-hedges neglected arbor's and dirty alleys.

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Meadows, Spring, Spring Flowers, Spring Poem, Spring Poems, Spring Weather, Springtime

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author avatar Terry Trainor
I am a Poet.
My passion is to write about nature and the history of nature.

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author avatar LOVERME
31st Oct 2012 (#)

..as much as i'm sexiest
you are naturalist..

and
you are lovelier too,
as each seasons sees flowers fresh and anew ...
I 'm always in the blue
seeing human beings from a another point of view
as I study the Human Minds ...
of all small and tall
and quick of wit
and also those who dwell within their own miserly bit.

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author avatar Terry Trainor
31st Dec 2012 (#)

Thanks for the feedback LOVERME you are a great writer and a very clever writer.

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author avatar Retired
31st Dec 2012 (#)

lovely friend

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author avatar Terry Trainor
31st Dec 2012 (#)

A very kind and a lovely message.

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author avatar Terry Trainor
31st Dec 2012 (#)

A very kind and a lovely message.

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author avatar Terry Trainor
31st Dec 2012 (#)

A very kind and a lovely message.

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