House of Roses

House of Roses

A Poem by George Coombs

another piece for children that everyone might enjoy


House of Roses

There is a house of roses

Deep in the sunflower wood

Where sunbeams live and play

As little sunbeams should.

Sometimes sunbeams leave the wood

And return when it’s dark outside.

It’s never dark in the sunflower wood,

There’s no dark place to hide.

The house of roses always shines

In the sunflower wood of light

And all the sunbeams live there

When the world is full of night.

George Coombs

© 2017 George Coombs

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So delightful George! My grandboys and I love this! Thank you so much!

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George Coombs

1 Year Ago

Thankyou so much Annette, so glad your brandboys liked it as well

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Added on July 23, 2017
Last Updated on July 23, 2017
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George Coombs
George Coombs

Brighton and Hove, Southern, United Kingdom

I am a retired lecturer from Hove in Southrn England. I write poetry, stories, essays and also draw and paint more..