Our Flowers

Our Flowers

A Poem by Assassin3296

A love poem


Our Flowers

I want lilies.
I want lilies in the pond,
Our pond by which the willow stands,
Standing strong,
Yet dancing with the wind.
Lilies, to symbolize virtue.
White lilies, to symbolize innocence.
Lilies, to float, weightless,
Peaceful on the water.
Lilies, for their beauty.

I want daisies.                       
I want daisies in the yard,
The yard in which the children play,
Dispelling their fears,
Encouraging fantasies to soar.
Daisies, to symbolize purity.
Daisies, to symbolize youth.
Daisies for You to pick,
And weave our girl a floral crown.
Daisies, for their simplicity.

I want orchids.
I want orchids in our bedroom.
Where each night we curl to sleep,
With moonlight pouring in,
Where there never is a storm.
Orchids, to symbolize strength.
Orchids, to symbolize luxury.
Orchids, to safeguard dreams,
Feather-less, petaled guardian angels.
Orchids, for their wisdom.

I want sunflowers.
I want sunflowers… everywhere.
In our house, in our yard,
Growing, and proud as peacocks,
Reaching for the sky.
Sunflowers, to symbolize happiness.
Sunflowers, to symbolize living a full life.
Sunflowers, to brighten up each day,
For You, I, and the kids.
Sunflowers, for their optimism.

I want these flowers because,
Each one of these flowers,
Symbolize parts of You.
The virtue, innocence, strength, and happiness,
The beauty, simplicity, wisdom, and optimism,
I find in You.
And all represent Love.
The Love I find in You,
Our relationship and family.
That’s why I want our flowers.

© 2013 Assassin3296

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Added on September 10, 2013
Last Updated on September 10, 2013
Tags: love, sunflowers, daisies, lilies, orchids, couple